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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
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
2012Developing controlled environment screening for high -temperature tolerance in cotton that accurately reflects performance in the fieldCottee, Nicola; Tan, Daniel; Bange, M.P.; Wilson, Iain; Agriculture Faculty Admin; Agr Plant & Food Excluding PBIDeveloping controlled environment screening for high -temperature tolerance in cotton that accurately reflects performance in the field, Functional Plant Biology: an international journal of plant function, vol.39, 8, 2012,pp 670-678
2008Identifying Cotton Cultivars for Hotter TemperaturesCampbell, Lindsay; Cottee, Nicola; Tan, Daniel; Bange, M.P.; Crop, Horticulture and Food Production Systems; Agriculture Faculty Admin; Crop, Horticulture and Food Production SystemsIdentifying Cotton Cultivars for Hotter Temperatures, "New Beginnings - Cotton in a Climate of Change", vol.N/A,(),2008,pp N/A-N/A
2010Multi-Level Determination of Heat Tolerance in Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) under Field ConditionsCampbell, Lindsay; Tan, Daniel; Bange, M.P.; Cothren, J; Cottee, N; Crop, Horticulture and Food Production Systems; Crop, Horticulture and Food Production SystemsMulti-Level Determination of Heat Tolerance in Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) under Field Conditions, Crop Science: a journal serving the international community of crop scientists, vol.50, N/A,pp 2553-2564
2008Screening Cotton Cultivars for Thermotolerance under Field ConditionsCampbell, Lindsay; Cottee, Nicola; Tan, Daniel; Bange, M.P.; Cothren, Tom; Sciences Discipline; Agriculture Faculty Admin; Sciences DisciplineScreening Cotton Cultivars for Thermotolerance under Field Conditions, World Cotton Research Conference-4 Revised Edition Official Papers and Presentations, vol.CDROM,(),2008,pp N/A-N/A
2008Simple electrolyte leakage protocols to detect cold tolerance in cotton genotypesCheetham, James; Cottee, Nicola; Tan, Daniel; Bange, M.P.; Sciences Discipline; Agriculture Faculty Admin; Sciences DisciplineSimple electrolyte leakage protocols to detect cold tolerance in cotton genotypes, World Cotton Research Conference-4: Revised Edition Official Papers and Presentations, vol.CDROM,(),2008,pp N/A-N/A
2014Understanding the molecular events underpinning cultivar differences in the physiological performance and heat tolerance of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum)Tan, Daniel; Bange, M.P.; Cottee, N; Wilson, Iain; Agr Plant & Food Excluding PBIUnderstanding the molecular events underpinning cultivar differences in the physiological performance and heat tolerance of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum), Functional Plant Biology: an international journal of plant function, vol.41, 1, 2014,pp 56-67
2015Using field-based Canopy EvapoTranspiration and Assimilation (CETA) chambers to assess the impact of climate change on early cotton growthBroughton, Katrina; Tan, Daniel; Baker, J; Bange, M.P.; Payton, Paxton; Tissue, David; Yates, C; Agr Plant & Food Excluding PBI; Plant Breeding InstituteUsing field-based Canopy EvapoTranspiration and Assimilation (CETA) chambers to assess the impact of climate change on early cotton growth, Proceedings of 17th ASA Conference, vol.N/A, 2015, pp. 1-4