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Crop and Pasture Science is a highly cited and prestigious journal publishing original research on advances in plant sciences, sustainable farming systems, and food quality. More

Editors-in-Chief: Sergio Atienza and Zed Rengel

 
 
 

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Volume 67 Number 7 2016

 
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Genotypic stability of weed competitive ability for bread wheat (Triticum aestivum) genotypes in multiple environments 
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M. C. Zerner , G. J. Rebetzke and G. S. Gill
pp. 695-702

Crop competition is an important component of weed management in modern cropping systems. A large number of wheat genotypes varying in early vigour were evaluated over multiple sites and seasons to identify differences and stability of competitive ability. Several of these experimental high vigour lines showed consistently greater weed suppression than commercial cultivars. A strong association between genotype mean weed suppression and stability across four environments provides evidence for opportunities in the selection of improved weed competitive ability in wheat.

 
  
 

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Waterlogging at tillering affects spike and spikelet formation in wheat 
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I. Arduini , C. Orlandi , S. Pampana and A. Masoni
pp. 703-711

Waterlogging is a limiting factor in wheat production worldwide. We study the response of two cultivars of wheat to eight waterlogging durations at tillering. High genotypic differences for tolerance to waterlogging exist. Waterlogging prolonged for more than 20 days depressed the grain yield of sensitive cultivar slowing tiller formation, reducing the number of spikelets per spike, and reducing floret formation per spikelet.

 
  
 

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Cell membrane stability and chlorophyll content variation in wheat (Triticum aestivum) genotypes under conditions of heat and drought 
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Shoaib Ur Rehman , Muhammad Bilal , Rashid Mehmood Rana , Muhammad Naveed Tahir , Muhammad Kausar Nawaz Shah , Habtamu Ayalew and Guijun Yan
pp. 712-718

Cell membrane stability plays an important role in plant resistance to abiotic stresses. The study characterized diversity of cell membrane stability and chlorophyll content in relation to their contribution to yield under heat and drought conditions. Simultaneous selection for high cell membrane stability, high chlorophyll content, and low chlorophyll a/b at seedling stage is suggested as a means to improve wheat cultivars based on the outcomes of this research.

 
  
 

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A PCR-based marker closely linked to a 2BS QTL conferring wheat yellow spot resistance for marker-assisted breeding 
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Fei Ren , Jun Ji , Hui Liu , Martin J. Barbetti , Kadambot H. M. Siddique , Chunji Liu and Guijun Yan
pp. 719-725

Yellow spot is a major foliar disease in wheat. A closely linked and user-friendly molecular marker for a major 2BS QTL responsible for yellow spot resistance has been developed for molecular marker assisted breeding. This marker is 0.3 cM away from the QTL and the first suitable marker for marker-assisted selection of the disease in Australian wheat-breeding programs.

 
  
 

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Use of 33P to trace in situ the fate of canola below-ground phosphorus, including wheat uptake in two contrasting soils 
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Foyjunnessa , Ann McNeill , Ashlea Doolette , Sean Mason and Mike J. McLaughlin
pp. 726-738

A 33P tracer study shows that P partitioned BG in mature canola can be underestimated by up to 70% if P in fine and senescent roots is not considered. Canola BG residues contributed 20% to the P uptake of five week old wheat, not dissimilar to reports for that contributed by applied P fertiliser. Amounts of BG P and P benefit to wheat were greater in loam than sand.

 
  
 

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Genetic compatibility among morphotypes of Vigna lanceolata and implications for breeding improved cultivars 
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R. J. Lawn , Hang T. T. Vu , L. M. Bielig and A. Kilian
pp. 739-750

Genetic relations between morphotypes of the endemic native legume Vigna lanceolata were studied using a complete diallel cross. It was concluded that genetic incompatibilities will preclude all morphotypes being used in a single breeding program. Two options drawing on subsets of morphotypes are suggested: a tuberous-rooted, amphicarpic perennial for use as a pasture legume, and a freely seeding, fibrous-rooted, amphicarpic annual for use as a ley legume.

 
  
 

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Canopy application of film antitranspirants over the reproductive phase enhances yield and yield-related physiological traits of water-stressed oilseed rape (Brassica napus) 
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Michele Faralli , Ivan G. Grove , Martin C. Hare , Roger D. Boyle , Kevin S. Williams , Fiona M. K. Corke and Peter S. Kettlewell
pp. 751-765

Drought is the main environmental factor affecting oilseed rape productivity, and crop-management options for reducing drought stress damage are limited. Film-forming antitranspirants are commercially available polymers that reduce water loss by blocking stomata, but are rarely used on large-scale crops. Two polymers were tested in glasshouse experiments at flowering stage, and the results suggest that a film-forming treatment over the oilseed rape reproductive stages could be an appropriate tool that farmers may easily use to avoid drought-induced yield losses.

 
  
 

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Tropical dairy pasture yield and nitrogen cycling: effect of urea application rate and a nitrification inhibitor, DMPP 
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J. Koci and P. N. Nelson
pp. 766-779

Tropical dairies use high rates of nitrogen fertiliser and there have been few studies into how fertiliser-use efficiency might be improved. This 1-year study on a dairy farm in tropical North Queensland found that urea application rates could be halved without reducing pasture growth if the urea was coated with a nitrification inhibitor (DMPP). The findings indicate good potential for farmers to maintain productivity and profitability while reducing losses of nitrogen to the environment.

 
  
 

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Calibration of GrassMaster II to estimate green and dry matter yield in Mediterranean pastures: effect of pasture moisture content 
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João Serrano , Shakib Shahidian and José Marques da Silva
pp. 780-791

The present study has established a set of GrassMaster II probe calibration equations, whereby it is possible to estimate green matter and dry matter yield for typical Mediterranean pastures based on the corrected meter reading at different phenological stages and pasture moisture contents. The accuracy and the reliability of the probe show that it can be associated with a GPS receiver providing the means for in-situ evaluation and monitoring of pasture development patterns.

 
  
 

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Study of genotype by environment interaction in tall fescue genotypes and their polycross progenies in Iran based on AMMI model analysis 
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M. R. Dehghani , M. M. Majidi , A. Mirlohi and G. Saeidi
pp. 792-799

Information pertaining to GE interaction especially for native genotypes under irrigation conditions is very limited. This study aimed to analyse and understand the complex G × E interactions in three groups of tall fescue genotypes using the AMMI model analysis. The graphical presentation has brought out the complexity in the dataset and has clearly aided in the identification of stable and superior genotypes in some environments.

 
  
 

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Published online 29 July 2016
Shift in origin of plant nitrogen alters carbon and nitrogen assimilation during reproductive stages of soybean grown in a Mollisol 
Y. S. Li, X. B. Liu, G. H. Wang, Z. H. Yu, U. Mathesius, J. D. Liu, S. J. Herbert and J. Jin

Understanding how reducing nitrogen (N) fertiliser application may affect origin of plant N in soybean is important to maximize fertilizer use efficiency. Using dual-labelling (15N and 13C) technique, the proportion of N origins in plant and C assimilation were quantified under two N levels. Greater photosynthetic C allocation to roots would greatly contribute to the alteration of N acquisition pattern when fertiliser N supply is reduced.

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Published online 29 July 2016
Cradle-to-farmgate greenhouse gas emissions for 2-year wheat monoculture and break crop–wheat sequences in south-eastern Australia 
Philippa M. Brock, Sally Muir, David F. Herridge and Aaron Simmons

Cradle-to-farmgate greenhouse gas emissions were quantified for rainfed wheat, grown in monoculture or in sequence with the break crops canola and field peas, in south-eastern Australia using life cycle assessment. Emissions were 225 kg carbon dioxide equivalents (CO2-e)/t grain for wheat following wheat, compared with 199 and 172 kg CO2-e/t for wheat following canola and field peas, respectively. Highest emissions were associated with the production and transport of fertilisers and their use in the field.

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These articles have been peer reviewed and accepted for publication. They are still in production and have not been edited, so may differ from the final published form.

    CP16185  Accepted 20 July 2016
    Molecular characterisation of novel LMW-m and -s genes from four Aegilops species (Sitopsis section) and comparison with those from the Glu-B3 locus of common wheat
    Susana Cuesta, Carlos Guzman, Juan B. Alvarez
    Abstract


    CP16162  Accepted 19 July 2016
    Response of different fodder legume species to Colletotrichum trifolii
    Irene Jacob, Stephan Hartmann, Christine Struck
    Abstract


    CP16168  Accepted 11 July 2016
    Response of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi to soil phosphorus patches is context dependent
    Guangzhou Wang, Xia Li, Peter Christie, Junling Zhang, Xiaolin Li
    Abstract


    CP15375  Accepted 26 June 2016
    Effects of ethephon in anatomical changes in sunflowers (Helianthus annuus L) stems associated to lodging
    Mariano Mangieri, Anita Mantese, Alejandro Alvarez Schürmann , Claudio Chimenti
    Abstract


    CP16073  Accepted 23 June 2016
    High-temperature adult-plant (HTAP) stripe rust (Puccinia striiformis f. sp. tritici) resistance in facultative winter wheat
    Beyhn Akın, Xian-Ming Chen, Alexsey Morgounov, Nusret Zencirci, Anmin Wan, Meinan Wang
    Abstract


    CP16159  Accepted 16 June 2016
    Seeding rate and cultivar effects on canola (Brassica napus) competition with volunteer wheat (Triticum aestivum)
    Deirdre Lemerle, David Luckett, Eric Koetz, Trent Potter, Hanwen Wu
    Abstract


    CP16149  Accepted 14 June 2016
    Genotypic evaluation of introduced white clover (Trifolium repens L.) germplasm in New Zealand
    Zulfi Jahufer, John Ford, Derek Woodfield, Brent Barrett
    Abstract


    CP16094  Accepted 12 June 2016
    Light extinction of wheat as affected by N fertilization and plant parameters
    A. Soleymani, Mohammad Miransari
    Abstract


    CP16102  Accepted 03 June 2016
    Low-Cost Automated Biochemical Phenotyping for Optimised Nutrient Quality Components in Ryegrass Breeding
    Luke Pembleton, Junping Wang, German Spangenberg, John Forster, Noel Cogan
    Abstract


    CP16153  Accepted 01 June 2016
    Trends in grain production and yield gaps in the high rainfall zone of southern Australia
    Michael Robertson, John Kirkegaard, Allan Peake, Zoe Creelman, Lindsay Bell, Julianne Lilley, Jon Midwood, Heping Zhang, Susan Kleven, Chris Duff, Roger Lawes, Penny Riffkin
    Abstract


    CP16052  Accepted 30 May 2016
    Vegetative nitrogen stress decreases lodging risk and increases yield of irrigated spring wheat in the subtropics.
    Allan Peake, Kerry Bell, Peter Carberry, Nick Poole, Steven Raine
    Abstract


    CP15250  Accepted 02 May 2016
    Economic and environmental implications of wheat crop sequences on organic dairy farm simulations
    Daniel Abreu, Aaron Hoshide, Ellen Mallory, Erin Roche, André Oliveira, Richard Kersbergen, Rogério Lana, Mozart Fonseca
    Abstract


    CP16091  Accepted 02 May 2016
    Forage and grain yield of common buckwheat in Mediterranean conditions: response to sowing time and irrigation
    Marco Mariotti, Alessandro Masoni, Iduna Arduini
    Abstract


    CP16027  Accepted 14 April 2016
    Interactions between water and nitrogen in Australian cropping systems: physiological, agronomic, economic, breeding and modelling perspectives
    Victor Sadras, P Hayman, Daniel Rodriguez, Marta Monjardino, Martin Bielich, Murray Unkovich, Barry Mudge, Enli Wang
    Abstract


    CP16056  Accepted 29 April 2016
    Recent changes in Southern Australian frost occurrence: implications for wheat production risk
    Steven Crimp, Bangyou Zheng, Nirav Khimashia, David Gobbett, Scott Chapman, Mark Howden, Neville Nicholls
    Abstract


    CP16087  Accepted 24 April 2016
    Expression of amphicarpy in Vigna lanceolata morphotypes and their hybrids and implications for cultivar development
    Bob Lawn, Leone Bielig
    Abstract


    CP15338  Accepted 05 April 2016
    Variation in drought tolerance components and their interrelationships in the core collection of foxtail millet germplasm
    L. Krishnamurthy, Hari Upadhyaya, Junichi Kashiwagi, Ramamoorthy Purushothaman, Sangam Dwivedi, Vincent Vadez
    Abstract


    CP15102  Accepted 04 April 2016
    Diversity for resistance to a moderately virulent bluegreen aphid (Acyrthosiphon kondoi Shinji) population in Trifolium species.
    Alan Humphries, Steve Robinson, David Hawkey, David Peck, Trevor Rowe, Carolyn de Koning, Allen Newman
    Abstract


    CP15226  Accepted 04 April 2016
    CALIBRATION AND VALIDATION OF AQUACROP FOR PEARL MILLET
    Zaid Bello, Sue Walker
    Abstract


    CP15241  Accepted 29 March 2016
    The effect of water table depth and salinity on growth dynamics of Rhodes grass (Chloris gayana).
    Sebastián Chiacchiera, Nicolás Bertram, Edith Taleisnik, Esteban Jobbágy
    Abstract


    CP16038  Accepted 25 March 2016
    Berry quality and antioxidant properties in Vitis vinifera L. cv. Tempranillo as affected by clonal variability, mycorrhizal inoculation and temperature
    Nazareth Torres, Nieves Goicoechea, Fermín Morales, María Carmen Antolín
    Abstract


    CP16015  Accepted 21 March 2016
    Maize roots acidify the rhizosphere less, and release less organic acid and acid phosphatase, than faba bean in response to phosphorus deficiency
    Haitao Liu, Philip White, Chunjian Li
    Abstract


    CP14363  Accepted 20 March 2016
    Effects of irrigating forage turnips, Brassica rapa var. rapa cv. Barkant, during different periods of vegetative growth 3. Irrigation water use efficiency, evapotranspiration and effective use of water.
    Barry Rowe, James Neilsen
    Abstract


    CP15331  Accepted 04 March 2016
    Rice cold tolerance across reproductive stages
    Jaquie Mitchell, Siti Zulkafli, Jocelyn Bosse, Bradley Campbell, Peter Snell, Emma Mace, Ian Godwin, Shu Fukai
    Abstract


    CP13382  Accepted 22 November 2013
    Forage Breeding for Changing Environments and Production Systems – an Overview of ISFB 2013
    Kevin Smith, German Spangenberg
    Abstract


    CP13154  Accepted 08 June 2013
    Effect of Irrigation Regimes on Spring Seeding of Canola Cultivars under Semi-Arid and High Elevation Conditions
    Jamshid Razmjoo, Seyed Eatesam Ghaemmaghami
    Abstract


    CP13156  Accepted 14 May 2013
    The career and contribution to Australian and International Agricultural Science of Clive McDonald Francis: An introduction
    Mike Ewing, David Chatel, Michael Poole, William Collins
    Abstract


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1. Published 30 September 2015
Morphological, physiological and yield responses of durum wheat to pre-anthesis water-deficit stress are genotype-dependent

Haipei Liu, Iain R. Searle, Diane E. Mather, Amanda J. Able and Jason A. Able

2. Published 29 October 2015
Adaptation of wheat, barley, canola, field pea and chickpea to the thermal environments of Australia

Victor Sadras and M. Fernanda Dreccer

3. Published 31 July 2015
Can wheat varietal mixtures buffer the impacts of water deficit?

Paul Adu-Gyamfi, Tariq Mahmood and Richard Trethowan

4. Published 4 September 2015
Assessing the place and role of crop simulation modelling in Australia

M. J. Robertson, G. J. Rebetzke and R. M. Norton

5. Published 29 February 2016
Frost-tolerance genes Fr-A2 and Fr-B2 in Australian wheat and their effects on days to heading and grain yield in lower rainfall environments in southern Australia

H. A. Eagles, Jayne Wilson, Karen Cane, Neil Vallance, R. F. Eastwood, Haydn Kuchel, P. J. Martin and Ben Trevaskis

6. Published 29 January 2016
Soil compaction and controlled traffic considerations in Australian cotton-farming systems

Diogenes L. Antille, John McL. Bennett and Troy A. Jensen

7. Published 4 September 2015
Statistical methods for analysis of multi-harvest data from perennial pasture variety selection trials

Joanne De Faveri, Arūnas P. Verbyla, Wayne S. Pitchford, Shoba Venkatanagappa and Brian R. Cullis

8. Published 30 September 2015
Saline water irrigation of quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa) under Mediterranean conditions

Attila Yazar, Çigdem Incekaya, S. Metin Sezen and Sven-Erik Jacobsen

9. Published 31 May 2016
The history of using rainfall data to improve production in the grain industry in Australia—from Goyder to ENSO

Derek Yates, R. Willem Vervoort, Budiman Minasny and Alex McBratney

10. Published 6 May 2016
Nitrogen management to optimise canola production in Australia

R. M. Norton

11. Published 29 October 2015
Sequential zinc and iron biofortification of bread-wheat grains: from controlled to uncontrolled environments

Fernando C. Lidon, Ana S. Almeida, Ana R. Costa, Ana S. Bagulho, Paula Scotti-Campos, José N. Semedo, Benvindo Maçãs, José Coutinho, Nuno Pinheiro, Conceição Gomes, António E. Leitão, Isabel P. Pais, Maria M. Silva, Fernando H. Reboredo, Maria F. Pessoa and José C. Ramalho

12. Published 29 February 2016
Timing and rates of nitrogen fertiliser application on seed yield, quality and nitrogen-use efficiency of canola

B. L. Ma and A. W. Herath

13. Published 29 January 2016
Nitrogen uptake efficiency of maize in monoculture and intercropped with Brachiaria humidicola and Panicum maximum in a dystrophic Red-Yellow Latosol of the Brazilian Cerrado

Thais Rodrigues Coser, Maria Lucrécia Gerosa Ramos, Cícero Célio de Figueiredo, Segundo Urquiaga, Arminda Moreira de Carvalho, Filipe Vieira Barros and Maria Thereza Mendonça

14. Published 30 September 2015
Impacts of endophyte infection of ryegrass on rhizosphere metabolome and microbial community

S. Wakelin, S. Harrison, C. Mander, B. Dignam, S. Rasmussen, S. Monk, K. Fraser and M. O'Callaghan

15. Published 29 October 2015
In search of photosensitising compounds in the annual forage legume Biserrula pelecinus L.

E. Swinny, C. K. Revell, N. Campbell, E. Spadek and C. Russo

16. Published 29 February 2016
Patterns of water stress and temperature for Australian chickpea production

Lachlan Lake, Karine Chenu and Victor O. Sadras

17. Published 29 January 2016
Pasture mixes with lucerne (Medicago sativa) increase yields and water-use efficiencies over traditional pastures based on subterranean clover (Trifolium subterraneum)

M. R. McCaskill, M. C. Raeside, S. G. Clark, C. MacDonald, B. Clark and D. L. Partington

18. Published 29 October 2015
Effect of the maize–soybean intercropping system on the potential bioavailability of magnesium, iron and zinc

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19. Published 21 December 2015
Role of magnesium in food production: an overview

A. R. Dechen, Q. A. C. Carmello, F. A. Monteiro and R. C. Nogueirol

20. Published 6 May 2016
Simulation of growth, development and yield of canola (Brassica napus) in APSIM

M. J. Robertson and J. M. Lilley


      
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