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Allelopathic effects and removal of overseeded ryegrass on bermudagrass
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2010)
Allelopathy is a complex phenomenon among plants that involves the production of defensive chemicals that influence the growth and survival of adjacent plants. Plants like perennial ryegrass become suspect when bermudagrass ...
High throughput profiling of transcription factors involved in soybean root growth under water deficit
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009)
Drought is the major abiotic stress factor limiting crop productivity worldwide. Plant root and shoot systems respond to environmental changes by altering the expression of complex gene networks through sensing environmental ...
An environmental assessment of sensor-based variable-rate nitrogen management in corn
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2006)
Nitrogen (N) fertilizer unused by the crop is left to the fate of the processes of the N cycle, and can eventually lead to nitrate contamination of surface and ground waters. In order to address this problem, various methods ...