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2008Agronomy & Soils Genetic Variation for Waterlogging Tolerance in CottonConaty, Warren; Field, Damien; Mamun, Mohammad; Sutton, Bruce; Tan, Daniel; Constable, G.A.; Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics; Centre for Carbon, Water and Food; Sydney Institute of Agriculture; Plant & Food Sciences; Plant Breeding InstituteAgronomy & Soils Genetic Variation for Waterlogging Tolerance in Cotton, Journal of Cotton Science, vol.12, N/A, 2008,pp 53-61
2013An Algorithm Based on the RGB Colour Model to Estimate Plant Chlorophyll and Nitrogen ContentsTan, Daniel; Al-Ani, Ahmed; Ali, M; Eamus, Derek; Plant Breeding InstituteAn Algorithm Based on the RGB Colour Model to Estimate Plant Chlorophyll and Nitrogen Contents, IPCBEE vol.57 (2013), vol.57, 2013, pp. 52-56
2013An Algorithm Based on the RGB Colour Model to Estimate Plant Chlorophyll and Nitrogen ContentsTan, Daniel; Al-Ani, Ahmed; Ali, M; Eamus, Derek; Plant Breeding InstituteAn Algorithm Based on the RGB Colour Model to Estimate Plant Chlorophyll and Nitrogen Contents, IPCBEE vol.57 (2013), vol.57, 2013, pp. 52-56
2007Allelopathic potential of lippia (Phyla canescens) on germinating seedsDaley, Andrew; Tan, Daniel; Wu, H; Sydney Institute of Agriculture; Plant Breeding Institute; Department of Agricultural and Resource EconomicsAllelopathic potential of lippia (Phyla canescens) on germinating seeds, Allelopathy Journal, vol.19, 1, 2007,pp 257-265
2007Allelopathic potential of lippia (Phyla canescens) on germinating seedsDaley, Andrew; Tan, Daniel; Wu, H; Sydney Institute of Agriculture; Plant Breeding Institute; Department of Agricultural and Resource EconomicsAllelopathic potential of lippia (Phyla canescens) on germinating seeds, Allelopathy Journal, vol.19, 1, 2007,pp 257-265
2015Aminoethoxyvinylglycine (AVG) ameliorates waterlogging-induced damage in cotton by inhibiting ethylene synthesis and sustaining photosynthetic capacityAtwell, Brian; Bange, Michael Peter; Najeeb, Ullah; Tan, Daniel; Agr Plant & Food Excluding PBI; Agr Plant & Food Excluding PBI; Agr Plant & Food Excluding PBI; Plant Breeding InstituteAminoethoxyvinylglycine (AVG) ameliorates waterlogging-induced damage in cotton by inhibiting ethylene synthesis and sustaining photosynthetic capacity, Plant Growth Regulation, vol.76, 1, 2015,pp 83-98
2008Assessing cultivar cold tolerance using germination chill protocols - preliminary studiesTan, Daniel; Tuck, Charles; Bange, M.P.; Stiller, W.; Crop, Horticulture and Food Production Systems; Sciences DisciplineAssessing cultivar cold tolerance using germination chill protocols - preliminary studies, "New Beginnings - Cotton in a Climate of Change", vol.N/A,(),2008,pp N/A-N/A
2013BioenergyAmthor, Jeffrey; Tan, Daniel; Agr Plant & Food Excluding PBI; Agr Plant & Food Excluding PBIBioenergy in Photosynthesis, InTech Publishers, 2013, pp. 299-330
2013Bradyrhizobium improves nitrogen assimilation, osmotic adjustment and growth in contrasting cowpea cultivars under droughtTan, Daniel; Barbosa, José Ricardo; Barbosa, Maria Antonia; Coelho, Kelly Nayara; Costa, Roberto; Filho, Benedito; Lobato, Allan; Moraes, Marcele de Cássia Henriques dos Santos; Neto, Cândido; Viana, Gelia; Agr Plant & Food Excluding PBIBradyrhizobium improves nitrogen assimilation, osmotic adjustment and growth in contrasting cowpea cultivars under drought, Australian Journal of Crop Science, vol.7, 13, 2013,pp 1983-1989
2016Breeding Strategies for Enhanced Plant Tolerance to Heat StressDevasirvatham, Viola; Tan, Daniel; Trethowan, Richard; Agr Plant & Food Excluding PBI; Plant Breeding Institute; Plant Breeding InstituteBreeding Strategies for Enhanced Plant Tolerance to Heat Stress in Advances in Plant Breeding Strategies: Agronomic, Abiotic and Biotic Stress Traits, Springer, 2016, pp. 447-469
2016Breeding Strategies for Enhanced Plant Tolerance to Heat StressDevasirvatham, Viola; Tan, Daniel; Trethowan, Richard; Agr Plant & Food Excluding PBI; Plant Breeding Institute; Plant Breeding InstituteBreeding Strategies for Enhanced Plant Tolerance to Heat Stress in Advances in Plant Breeding Strategies: Agronomic, Abiotic and Biotic Stress Traits, Springer, 2016, pp. 447-469
2006Changes in sorghum yield components after chillingMamun, Mohammad; Sutton, Bruce; Tan, Daniel; Wood, Alexander; Castor, Paul; Sciences Discipline; Crop, Horticulture and Food Production Systems; Crop, Horticulture and Food Production Systems; Sciences DisciplineChanges in sorghum yield components after chilling, Groundbreaking stuff: Proceedings of 13th Agronomy Conference 2006, vol.N/A,(),2006,pp N/A-N/A
2015Chickpea and temperature stress: An overviewDevasirvatham, Viola; Tan, Daniel; Trethowan, Richard; Gaur, Pooran; Agr Plant & Food Excluding PBI; Agr Plant & Food Excluding PBI; Plant Breeding InstituteChickpea and temperature stress: An overview in Legumes under Environmental Stress: Yield, Improvement and Adaptations, John Wiley & Sons, 2015, pp. 81-90
2007Cold temperature exposure at 10 degrees C for 10 and 20 nights does not reduce tissue viability in vegetative and early flowering cotton plantsMcDowell, Angela; Tan, Daniel; Bange, M.P.; Sciences Discipline; Sciences DisciplineCold temperature exposure at 10 degrees C for 10 and 20 nights does not reduce tissue viability in vegetative and early flowering cotton plants, Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, vol.47,(2),2007,pp 198-207
2010Cold tolerance screening for cotton cultivars using germination chill protocolsBange, Michael; Tan, Daniel; Tuck, Charles; Stiller, W.; Sciences Discipline; Crop, Horticulture and Food Production Systems; Sciences DisciplineCold tolerance screening for cotton cultivars using germination chill protocols, Food Security from Sustainable Agriculture: Proceedings of the 15th Australian Agronomy Conference Lincoln, New Zealand, vol.N/A, 2010, pp. 1-4
2017A comparative study of conventional and controlled traffic in irrigated cotton: II. Economic and physiological analysisBartimote, Timothy; Quigley, Richard; Tan, Daniel; Bennett, J McL; Brodrick, Rose; Hall, Jake; Plant Breeding Institute; Plant Breeding Institute; Plant Breeding InstituteA comparative study of conventional and controlled traffic in irrigated cotton: II. Economic and physiological analysis, Soil and Tillage Research, vol.168, N/A, 2017,pp 133-142
2015Consequences of waterlogging in cotton and opportunities for mitigation of yield lossesAtwell, Brian; Bange, Michael Peter; Najeeb, Ullah; Tan, Daniel; Agr Plant & Food Excluding PBI; Agr Plant & Food Excluding PBI; Agr Plant & Food Excluding PBI; Plant Breeding InstituteConsequences of waterlogging in cotton and opportunities for mitigation of yield losses, AoB Plants, vol.7, N/A, 2015,pp 1-17
2016Cotton growth and yield dynamics across canopy layers in response to soil waterloggingBange, Michael Peter; Tan, Daniel; Ullah, Najeeb; Agr Plant & Food Excluding PBI; Plant Breeding Institute; Agr Plant & Food Excluding PBICotton growth and yield dynamics across canopy layers in response to soil waterlogging, Australian Journal of Crop Science, vol.10, 8, 2016,pp 1170-1181
2016Cotton growth and yield dynamics across canopy layers in response to soil waterloggingBange, Michael Peter; Tan, Daniel; Ullah, Najeeb; Agr Plant & Food Excluding PBI; Plant Breeding Institute; Agr Plant & Food Excluding PBICotton growth and yield dynamics across canopy layers in response to soil waterlogging, Australian Journal of Crop Science, vol.10, 8, 2016,pp 1170-1181
2008Cotton yield and soil carbon under continuous cotton, cotton-corn, cotton-vetch-corn and cotton-wheat rotationsField, Damien; Tan, Daniel; Terry, James Hamilton; Hulugalle, Nilantha; Knox, Oliver; Weaver, Tim; Environmental Sciences; Agr Plant & Food Excluding PBI; Sciences DisciplineCotton yield and soil carbon under continuous cotton, cotton-corn, cotton-vetch-corn and cotton-wheat rotations, Global Issues, Paddock Action: Proceedings of the 14th Australian Agronomy Conference, vol.N/A, 2008, pp. 1-4