Search Results

You are looking at 1 - 10 of 1,254 items for :

  • "cultivars" x
  • Refine by Access: All Content x
Clear All

., Berard, P., LeBuanec, B., Trottet, M. 2003. Genetic improvement of agronomic traits of winter wheat cultivars released in France from 1946 to 1992. Crop Sci. 43 :37–45. Trottet M

Restricted access

cultivars under warm climate. African J. of Agricult. Res. 5 :222–229. Sabet M. Agronomic assessment of grain yield and nitrogen loss and gain of old and modern wheat cultivars under warm

Restricted access

Brancourt-Hulmel, M., Doussinault, G., Lecomte, C., Berard, P., Buanec, B., Trottet, M. 2003. Genetic improvement of agronomic traits of winter wheat cultivars released in France from 1946 to 1992. Crop Sci. 43 :37

Restricted access
Cereal Research Communications
Authors:
V. Guberac
,
S. Maric
,
M. Bede
,
J. Kovacevic
,
G. Drezner
,
A. Lalic
,
M. Josipovic
,
M. Krizmanic
,
T. Juric
, and
D. Kis

winter wheat new cultivars in correlation with sowing rate. Cereal Research Communications, Vol.28, No.3: 307–314. Rozman V. Grain yield components of winter wheat new cultivars in

Restricted access

1967 Kundu, R., Majumder, A., Pal, S. 2012. Arsenic accumulation pattern of different potato cultivars under arsenic contaminated zone of India. Res

Restricted access
Acta Alimentaria
Authors:
R. Casañas Rivero
,
P. Suárez Hernández
,
E. Rodríguez Rodríguez
, and
C. Díaz Romero

Moisture, protein, starch, amylose, ash, ascorbic acid and fibre contents were determined in potato samples harvested in Tenerife belonging to eight cultivars and three species/subspecies: Solanum x chaucha, Solanum tuberosum spp. tuberosum and spp. andigena . There were several significant differences among the means of various chemical compounds according to cultivar, species or subspecies, local and recently imported potatoes. Mean values of moisture contents were often significantly different concerning the three species/subspecies considered. Local potatoes presented lower moisture and higher content of chemical compounds than the recently imported potatoes. After Varimax rotation, the first component was related to starch, and in a lesser extent to moisture (negatively), the second and the third components were associated to ash. Applying discriminant analysis on potato samples belonging to the spp. tuberosum and spp. andigena , adequate separation according to the cultivars was obtained.

Restricted access
Cereal Research Communications
Authors:
J. Bányai
,
P. Szűcs
,
I. Karsai
,
K. Mészáros
,
Cs. Kuti
,
L. Láng
, and
Z. Bedő

polymorphism in wheat from Brazilian cultivars; inter-and intra-varietal studies. Genetics and Molecular Biology, 26: 349–353. Rumjanek F. D. Microsatellite polymorphism in wheat from

Restricted access

almafa varasodással szemben érzékeny és rezisztens almafajták makroszkopikus különbségeiről. (Experiences on the macroscopic differences of the scab resistant and susceptible apple cultivars.) — (personal communication

Restricted access

Shearman, R.C., 1986. Kentucky bluegrass cultivar evapotranspiration rates. Hortscience 21: 455–457. Shearman R.C. Kentucky bluegrass cultivar evapotranspiration rates

Restricted access
Progress in Agricultural Engineering Sciences
Authors:
E. Somogyi
,
Á. Kun
,
J. Lázár
,
P. Bodor-Pesti
, and
D. Á. Nyitrainé Sárdy

) mentioned ‘uva spionia’ (‘ nagyszemű szőlő ’ = large-berried grape). Parkinson (1629) introduced ‘small blacke grape’, which, according to the illustration, referred to the berry size. Duhamel (1768) described many cultivars in his book: Traité des

Open access