2 edition of Self-fertilization in relation to forage crop improvement ... found in the catalog.
Self-fertilization in relation to forage crop improvement ...
Lawrence Eldred Kirk
Written in English
|Statement||by Lawrence E. Kirk ...|
|LC Classifications||SB193 .K5 1927|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., 40 p.|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||28016840|
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In particular, he must study weather data in relation to the blooming and ripening of grapes. Usually, the necessary weather data may be secured from the nearest local weather bureau, while the date of blooming and ripening may be obtained from the state experiment stations in the states where the grape is an important crop. The book is organized into three parts. The first part starts with an evaluation of the significance of the different pollination mechanisms for plant breeding and crop produc tion, describes modes of reproduction in higher plants and discusses ecology and dynamics of pollination.
Famous persons associated with plant breeding and genetics. AARONSOHN, A., (); very well known in Jewish community in Ottoman Palestine both as botanical explorer and agricultural expert on semiarid regions of the Mediterranean basin and the United States; he was born in Romania and brought to Palestine by his parents in Haifa, in ; he studied . Instruction in agronomy at some agricultural colleges Series Title: United States. Office of Experiment Stations. Bulletin such as tests of forage crop mixtures, variety tests of field crops, fertilizer experiments, etc., is allotted the necessary in-breeding and self-fertilization, originating varieties and.
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Forage Rye Improvement in the Southern United States: A Review Mark A. Newell* and Twain J. Butler ABSTRACT rye (Secale cereale L.) is an important crop worldwide for grain and forage production. Stocker cattle (Bos spp.) production in the southern United States relies on rye for for-age from autumn to spring when warm-season perennials remain.
Improvement in self fertility and S1 forage yield by inbreeding and selection was consistent with population improvement due to elimination of deleterious alleles.
The use of plant genetic resources (PGR) in crop improvement, followed by adoption, cultivation and consumption or marketing of the improved cultivars. Daniel Zohary, in Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, IV.A. Self-pollination. Self-pollination, or more exactly almost full self-pollination, is the principle mating system found in grain crops and in many majority of the 50–60 main grain.
Farming with Alternative Pollinators compares the net revenue of FAP-fields and control fields: whereas control fields have the main crop in the entire field, FAP-fields use only 75% of the field for the main crop and 25% for habitat enhancement, consisting of three-season-forage buffets for pollinators and shelter (both based on further crops Cited by: Full text of "Plant Breeding Principles And Methods" See other formats.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Breeding field crops 1. Lecture No: 1 Definition, Aim, Objectives and Scope of Plant Breeding Definition: Plant breeding can be defined “as an art and science” and technology of improving the genetic make up of plants in relation to their economic use for the man kind.
or Plant breeding is the art and science of improving the heredity of plants for the benefit of. 1 INTRODUCTION. According to FAOSTAT (), Vicia faba L.
(faba bean, named also broad beans or horse bean) is the fourth most widely grown cool season legume after pea (Pisum sativum), chickpea (Cicer arietinum) and lentil (Lens culinaris).Its protein content is higher than other common food legumes (Griffiths & Lawes, ; Burstin, Gallardo, Mir, Varshney, & Cited by: 4.
Current breeding efforts with apomictic crop species, such as the forage grasses Brachiaria and Panicum, are frustrated by the need to use complex breeding strategies to accommodate the inaccessibility of the female gamete to generate hybrid progeny (Valle and Miles, ).
We believe, therefore, that the best solution would be the introduction Cited by: With a mean daily temperature of 10 to 15 °C, maize is mostly grown to be used as a forage crop because of the problem of seed set and grain maturity under cool conditions.
In this case, for germination the lowest average daily temperature has to be about 10 °C, with 18 to 20 °C being optimum.
Recent advances in grass and legume seed technology have contributed extensively to the expanded grassland acreages in the United States. Seed of over grass and legume species are being produced and distributed for hay, pasture, range, silage, soil-improving and conservation corps, and by: 6.
Horton, P. () Prospects for crop improvement through the genetic manipulation of photosynthesis: morphological and biochemical aspects of light capture. Exp. Bot. 51, – PubMed CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 3. Mosjidia, Jorge A. Breeding of sericea lespedeza (Lespedeza cuneata (Dumont) G.
Don.) in Alabama: A historical outlook. Proceedings, Southern Pasture and Forage Crop Improvement Conference.  Mosjidis, J. Daylength and temperature effects on emergence and early growth of sericea lespedeza.
Agronomy Journal. Plant breeders are interested in centers of plant domestication as regions of genetic diversity, variability being critical to the success of crop improvement. De Candolle was the first to suggest in that a crop plant originates from the area where its wild progenitor occurs.
The development and testing of intraspecific and interspecific hybrids has been a focal point of breeding and genetic research in bioenergy grasses , including switchgrass and of the most productive forms of miscanthus (Miscanthus × giganteus) is a sterile hybrid between Miscanthus sacchriflorus and Miscanthus sinensis that is clonally propagated by rhizomes Cited by: 2.
A production handbook for sheep and goats in Ethiopia applicable to many areas of Africa and beyond. Supported by funding from USAID in collaboration with the. Red clover is a valuable forage crop, but often copes with unsatisfactory seed yield. Management practices to increase seed yield include fertilization, adequate weed and pest control, the synchronization of flowering through pre-cutting in spring, and the application of plant growth regulators to prevent lodging.
Seed yield problems may have variable underlying reasons, Author: Tim Vleugels, Helga Amdahl, Isabel Roldán-Ruiz, Gerda Cnops. In crop improvement programme, genetic variability for agronomic traits as well as quality traits in almost all the crops is important, since this component is transmitted to the the knowledge of nature and extent of genetic variation and diversity available in the germplasm or breeding material helps the breeder for planning sound.
Session 9 Abiotic Stress. Oral Presentation. Genetic Bases of Barley Response to Abiotic Stresses. Cattivelli 1, C. Crosatti 1, C.
Mare 1, S. Barilli 1, S. Belloni 1, E. Mazzucotelli 2 and A. Stanca 1. 1 Experimental Institute for Cereal Research, Section of Fiorenzuola dArda (PC) and 2 Section of Foggia, Fiorenzuola dArda, Italy, E-mail: [email protected] Even with the comparatively modest budgets of those active in forage crop improvement, haploid and DH techniques can be developed into powerful tools to achieve the acceleration of the speed of genetic gain needed to meet future agricultural demands.Effects of replacing forage fiber with non-forage fiber in lactating dairy cow diets., J.
Cyriac Effects of reserpine (serpasil) on bloat., E. P. Michalewicz Effects of season and colostrum quality on health and vitamin A status of neonatal calves.
2nd R. A. Moore Biostress Research Poster Day, M. A. Boner and S. T. Franklin.Heterosis designates the increased growth or other augmented action resulting from crossing, however it is produced.
Male sterility of female parent is an important biological mechanism for the commercial production of hybrid seed. Male sterility can be created by genetic manipulation, environmental influences, chemical induction and biological by: