Water Source Development for Forage Irrigation Systems
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This guide is designed to help forage producers determine the feasibility of developing an irrigation system by evaluating water sources and exploring their capital costs.
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Cell Wall Proteome in the Maize Primary Root Elongation Zone. II. Region-Specific Changes in Water Soluble and Lightly Ionically Bound Proteins under Water Deficit Zhu, Jinming; Alvarez, Sophie; Marsh, Ellen L.; LeNoble, Mary E.; Cho, In-jeong, 1970-; Sivaguru, Mayandi; Chen, Sixue; Nguyen, Henry T.; Wu, Yajun; Schachtman, Daniel P.; Sharp, Bob (Robert E.) (American Society of Plant Biologists, 2007-10)Previous work on the adaptation of maize (Zea mays) primary roots to water deficit showed that cell elongation is maintained preferentially toward the apex, and that this response involves modification of cell wall extension ...
Identification of QTL associated with root architecture under well-watered, and water-stressed conditions in Zea mays [abstract] Gerau, Michael (University of Missouri--Columbia. Office of Undergraduate Research, 2004)Drought alone contributes 17% to the average annual yield loss in maize (Zea mays). It is the single most significant environmental obstacle to improving grain yield. Many physiological traits have been linked to drought ...
Experiment to determine the relation existing between drainage water and the soil, and the relation existing between drainage water and rainfall Norton, John Henry (University of Missouri, 1907)The time chosen for conducting this experiment was the year of 1906. The drainage water taken was that of Richland creek which drains a territory of 84,954 acres. This valley is located in the southwestern part of Madison ...