3 edition of The influence of management on tiller development and herbage growth found in the catalog.
The influence of management on tiller development and herbage growth
|Statement||by Ieuan Davies.|
|Series||Technical bulletin / Welsh Plant Breeding Station -- no.3, Technical bulletin (Welsh Plant Breeding Station) -- no.3.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||121|
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Increase in different growth parameters such as plant height, leaves plant-1 and tillers plant-1 with Fe addition can be attributed to the fact that Fe has a structural and physiological role in different processes like chlorophyll formation, thylakoid synthesis, chloroplast development, energy transfer and photosynthesis, so having a essential. Tillering is examined in relation to the morphology and habit of growth of the perennial herbage grasses; particular reference is made to the effects of cutting and grazing. The importance of tillering in establishment and regeneration or perennation of a grass sward is considered; greater importance is attached to the role of tillers in the Cited by:
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rees-Davies, Ieuan. Influence of management on tiller development and herbage growth. Plas Gogerddan near Aberystwyth: Welsh Plant Breeding Station, Bircham, J.
and Hodgson, J. () The influence of sward condition on rates of herbage growth and senescence in mixed swards under continuous stocking management. Grass, Forage Sci., Cited by: Defoliation management can manipulate vegetative growth from axillary buds at some phenological growth stages by reducing the influence of apical dominance.
Apical dominance is the physiological process by which the apical meristem from a lead tiller exerts hormonal regulation over axillary bud growth (Briske and Richards ). A tiller generally emerges from the encircling leaf sheath in one of two ways. In tufted or bunch accessions, first year growth of the rhizomes (potential shoots) is upward within the leaf sheath and first appears externally near the base of the parent lamina (intravaginal branching).
The bud mayCited by: The influence of the nitrogen supply on the growth and development of quackgrass (Agropyron repens L. Beauv.) was investigated by growing plants in sand culture at nitrogen levels of10–5.
advances on the control of tiller development by endogenous, environmental and biotic factors at the isolated plant level, while the empirical rules that had been developed to allow proper tiller management at a canopy level are presented in connection with available physiological basis.
Influence of Litter on Herbage Production in the Mixed Prairie. tiller weight, and herbage yield of some plant species were.
growth and the residue separated into coarse and fine components. Tillers are branches that develop from the leaf axils at each unelongated node of the main shoot or from other tillers during vegetative growth, growing independently by means of its own adventitious roots.
Tillering is a two-stage process: the formation of axillary buds at each leaf axil and its subsequent growth. Bircham, J.S. and Hodgson, J.
() The influence of sward condition on rates of herbage growth and senescence in mixed swards under continuous stocking management. Grass. Although tillering is species and cultivar dependent, the environment plays a major role in modifying tiller performance (Simmons et al., ; Lafarge, ; Prystupa et al., ).
During long days, tiller initiation, tiller development and growth, heading capacity of tillers and contribution of tiller spikes to grain yield have special features. The herbage growth model developed by McCall (), and later published in detail by McCall & Bishop-Hurley (), was designed to explain variation in the rates of dry matter (DM) accumula-tion of temperate grass pastures between years and sites, based on climatic and management variables affecting growth.
The main purpose of the model. abundance of diff erent tiller types in the primary growth and regrowth of timothy and tall fescue by considering both their proportion in the herbage DM and their density, (ii) the change in the proportion of tiller types with time or stage of development, and (iii) the main morphological characteristics of the tiller types.
MATERIALS AND METHODS. A detailed study was made of the tillering of barley plants grown at densities which ranged from 50 to plants m– hout the season the initiation of tiller buds and their growth in length and leaf number were followed, and measurements were made of Cited by: and yield.
However, tiller and panicle development, which determines TSN, has not been fully investigated. Development of the vegetative branch, tiller, determines PN, whereas development of the reproductive branch, rachis branch, determines SN. The PN and SN determine TSN. The purpose of this study was to elucidate the factorsAuthor: Akira Fukushima.
Crop science. 36(3): Chapman, D.F., D.A. Clark, C.A. Land, and N. Dymock. Leaf and tiller growth of Lolium perenne and Agrostis spp.
and leaf appearance rates of Trifolium repens in set stocked and rotationally gr azed hill pastures. New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research (New Zealand).
Crawley, M.J. The R book. Leaf and tiller development along the main shoot of cocksfoot, ryegrass, timothy, Hordeum bulbosum, meadow fescue, S tall fescue and an Algerian tall fescue are isons between plants grown at two levels of applied nitrogen, and in a heated and an unheated glasshouse, from January to April,showed that timothy, cocksfoot and, to a lesser extent, H.
bulbosum and ryegrass Cited by: Sward management, lamina turnover and tiller population density in continuously stocked Lolium perenne-dominated swards. Grass and Forage Science Heady, H.F.
Rangeland management. McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York, NY. Higgins, K.F. Interpretation and compendium of historical fire accounts in the Northern Great Plains. In his book, Grazing Management – Science into Practice, John Hodgson () describes in 4-leaf per tiller growth stage. Figure The influence of sward surface height and LAI on rates of herbage growth, senescence and net production on continuously stocked swards.
Relationship between. By Jennifer W. MacAdam, M. Kerley, E. Piwonka, et al., Published on 01/01/ Title. Tiller Development Influences Seasonal Change in Cell Wall Digestibility of Big BluesternAuthor: Jennifer W. MacAdam, M. Kerley, E. Piwonka, D. Sisson. Grazing management has been the focus of the research with forage plants in Brazil for many years.
Only in the last two decades, however, significant changes and advances have occurred regarding the understanding of the key factors and processes that determine adequate use of tropical forage plants in pastures.
The objective of this review is to provide an historical overview of the research Cited by:. Influence of seedbed preparation on the growth and development of medium maturing varieties of soybean (Glycine max (1) Merri). Bio Research 4(1): 23 - 2 Asiegbu, J.E.
and Onyeonagu, C.C. (). Effect of cutting frequency and nitrogen application on herbage yield and nitrogen content of a degraded Panicum maximum pasture.Your financial life in a spreadsheet, automatically updated each day. Easily track all your finances in one place, with powerful templates to get you started.Managing High-Growth Firms: A literature review Karl Wennberg, Prof.
Stockholm School of Economics & Ratio Institute 1 [email protected] Background Paper International Workshop on “Management and Leadership Skills in High-Growth Firms” Warsaw, 6 May 1 I am indebted to Rasmus Nykvist for excellent research assistance. The File Size: KB.