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Crop Physiological Approaches to Increased Productivity in Oats

  • J. B. Brouwer
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Part of the World Crops: Production, Utilization, Description book series (WCPU, volume 12)

Abstract

Physiological approaches to increased productivity in oats focus on either crop growth or crop development or both. These phenomena need separate consideration as they are affected differently by genetic and environmental factors. Plant breeders may increase crop productivity by improving the crop as a photosynthetic system, i.e. improved harvest index(HI) or total dry matter(DM) production, or by dissecting economic yield into its separate components, for example, individual grain weight or grain number per unit area in oat grain production, and by concentrating on one or more of these yield determinants.

Keywords

Harvest Index Kernel Weight Kernel Width Vernalisation Response Crop Physiology 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • J. B. Brouwer
    • 1
  1. 1.Victorian Crops Research InstituteHorshamAustralia

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