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    • Kernel number response to plant density in tropical, temperate, and tropical × temperate maize hybrids 

      Cerrudo, Diego; Hernández, Mariano; Tollenaar, Matthijs; Vega, Claudia Rosa Cecilia; Echarte, Laura (Crop Science Society of America, 2020-02-07)
      Kernel set response to plant density was examined in terms of physiological processes underlying kernel set in temperate (Te), tropical (Tr), and temperate × tropical (TeTr) maize (Zea mays L.) hybrids. Four field experiments ...
    • Predicting maize phenology: intercomparison of functions for developmental response to temperature 

      Kumudini, S.; Andrade, Fernando Hector; Boote, K.J.; Brown, G.A.; Dzotsi, K.A.; Edmeades, G.O.; Gocken, T.; Goodwin, M.; Halter, A.L.; Hammer, G.L.; Hatfield, J.L.; Jones, J.W.; Kemanian, A.R.; Kim, Sung Hyun; Kiniry, J.; Lizaso, J.I.; Nendel, C.; Nielsen, R.L.; Parent, B.; Stӧckle, C.O.; Tardieu, F.; Thomison, P.R.; Timlin, D.J.; Vyn, T.J.; Wallach, D.; Yang, H.S.; Tollenaar, Matthijs (American Society of Agronomy, 2014-12)
      Accurate prediction of phenological development in maize (Zea mays L.) is fundamental to determining crop adaptation and yield potential. A number of thermal functions are used in crop models, but their relative precision ...