Tuesday, November 14, 2006: 4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Indiana Conv. Center, Exhibit Hall ABC, First Floor
165: Crop Physiology: Growth and Development, and Yield
Sponsor:C02 Crop Physiology and Metabolism
Validation of a metabolic cotton seedling emegence model.
James Mahan, USDA-ARS, Dennis Gitz, USDA-ARS, Paxton Payton, USDA-ARS
The Growth and Development of Cotton under Sub-Surface Drip Irrigation.
Bobbie McMichael, USDA/ARS, D.C. Gitz, USDA/ARS, Robert Lascano, "Texas Ag. Expt. Station, USDA", J.R. Mahan, USDA/ARS, D.F. Wanjura, USDA/ARS
Use of ambient or internal boll temperatures to calculate heat units for cotton defoliation.
Evangelos Gonias, University of Arkansas, Derrick Oosterhuis, University of Arkansas, Androniki Bibi, University of Arkansas
The effect of neonicotinoid seed treatments on soybean yield and rhizobium inoculation.
Terry Schulz, Michigan State U. Crop & Soil Sc, Kurt Thelen, Michigan State U. Crop & Soil Sc, Wang Dechun, Michigan State U. Crop & Soil Sc
Germination and Vegetative Growth Analysis of Early Planted Indeterminate Soybean.
Andrew Robinson, Purdue University, Shawn Conley, Department of Agronomy, Jeffrey Volenec, "Dept. of Agronomy, Purdue Univ."
Roles of Auxin and Cytokinin in Pod Set of Soybean.
Kaori Nonokawa, Grad. Schl. Agric. Sci., Tohoku Univ., Takayuki Nakajima, Grad. Schl. Agric. Sci., Tohoku Univ., Teiji Nakamura, Grad. Schl. Agric. Sci., Tohoku Univ., Makie Kokubun, Grad. Schl. Agric. Sci., Tohoku Univ.
Radiation use efficiency among fast- and slow-wilting soybean genotypes.
Larry C. Purcell, University of Arkansas, C. Andy King, University of Arkansas, Thomas E. Carter Jr., USDA/North Carolina State University
Ultra-Early Soybean Yields and Light Interception Among 3-, 5-, and 7-Leaflet Genotypes.*
Thomas M. Seversike, Univ. of Arkansas, Larry C. Purcell, Univ. of Arkansas, Jeffery Ray, USDA-ARS
Variation in soybean yield and composition: association with soil properties and SCN.
Jose Rotundo, Iowa State University, Mark Westgate, Iowa State University, Greg Tylka, Iowa State University
Relationship of source and sink in determining grain composition of maize.
Juliann Seebauer, University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign, George W. Singletary, Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Fred E. Below, Univ. of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Source-Sink co-Limitation of Wheat Yield in the Pacific Northwest.*
Armen Kemanian, Texas A&M University - Soil & Crop Sciences, David R. Huggins, USDA ARS-Pullman

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