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Genetic trends in winter wheat yield and test weight under dual-purpose and grain-only management systems
(Crop Science, 2002-05)
Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars of the southern Great Plains are traditionally bred in environments managed for grain production only but are commonly grown for the dual-purpose of producing winter forage and grain ...
Agronomic performace in acid soils of wheat lines selected for hematoxylin staining pattern
(Crop Science, 1992-01)
Laboratory screening techniques enable detection of varying degrees of A1 tolerance during seedling development, but their application to crop improvement programs must be verified in the field. The objective of this study ...
Registration of 'Ok102' wheat
(Crop Science, 2004-07)
Relationship of first hollow stem and heading in winter wheat
(Crop Science, 2007-09)
The majority of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) in the southern Great Plains is produced as a dual-purpose crop enterprise. Profitability of the system is highly dependent on removal of cattle (Bos taurus L.) from wheat ...
Covariation for microsatellite marker alleles associated with Rht8 and coleoptile length in winter wheat
(Crop Science, 2004-07-01)
Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars with greater coleoptile elongation are preferred in low-precipitation dryland regions and in early-planted management systems of the Great Plains, but the presence of GA3 (gibberell ...
Contributions of leaf rust resistance and awns to agronomic and grain quality performance in winter wheat
(Crop Science, 2003-09-01)
Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars grown in the Great Plains usually bear awned spikes for their putative value to grain yield and quality. Awnletted cultivars are generally limited to forage-only systems. We hypothesized ...
Nitrogen use and biomass distribution in culms of winter wheat populations selected from grain-only and dual-purpose systems
(Crop Science, 2001-02-06)
Beginning in late fall and ending at jointing in early spring, winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) crops in the southern Great Plains are often grazed by stocker cattle (Bos taurus L.) and then harvested for grain. ...
Fall forage biomass and nitrogen composition of winter wheat populations selected from grain-only and dual-purpose environments
(Crop Science, 1993-01)
Winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) is the foundation of many agricultural enterprises in the southern Great Plains and is grown primarily as either a grain-only (GO) or a dual-purpose (DP, grazing plus grain) crop. ...
Potential use of spectral reflectance indices as a selection tool for grain yield in winter wheat under great plains conditions
(Crop Science, 2007-07-30)
Selection criteria that would facilitate increased genetic gain for grain yield would be considered advantageous in plant breeding programs. We evaluated the potential of spectral reflectance indices (SRI) for assessing ...
Genetic analysis of indirect selection for winter wheat grain yield using spectral reflectance indices
(Crop Science, 2007-07-30)
Selection criteria that can facilitate grain yield improvement would be considered important plant breeding tools. We assessed the value of spectral reflectance indices (SRI) as indirect selection tools for grain yield ...