VOL. 64 · NO. 3 | August 2013
 
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REVIEW PAPERS
William D. Bovill, Chun Y. Huang, Glenn K. McDonald
Crop and Pasture Science 64 (3), 179-198, (6 August 2013) https://doi.org/10.1071/CP13135
Roger A. C. Jones
Crop and Pasture Science 64 (3), 199-215, (6 August 2013) https://doi.org/10.1071/CP13108
KEYWORDS: contact and seed transmission, surveys, quantification of losses, pastures, occurrence, insect vectors, improvement programs, forage legumes, epidemiology, economic importance, ecology, control
Roger A. C. Jones
Crop and Pasture Science 64 (3), 216-233, (6 August 2013) https://doi.org/10.1071/CP13134
KEYWORDS: surveys, seed transmission, quantification of losses, pastures, occurrence, mite vectors, insect vectors, improvement programs, forage grasses, epidemiology, economic importance, ecology, control
RESEARCH PAPERS
V. O. Sadras, G. J. Rebetzke
Crop and Pasture Science 64 (3), 234-243, (26 July 2013) https://doi.org/10.1071/CP13117
KEYWORDS: harvest index, phenotype, water-use efficiency, tillering, seed size, seed number, reaction norms, radiation-use efficiency
L. W. Pembleton, J. Wang, N. O. I. Cogan, J. E. Pryce, G. Ye, C. K. Bandaranayake, M. L. Hand, R. C. Baillie, M. C. Drayton, K. Lawless, S. Erb, M. P. Dobrowolski, T. I. Sawbridge, G. C. Spangenberg, K. F. Smith, J. W. Forster
Crop and Pasture Science 64 (3), 244-253, (24 July 2013) https://doi.org/10.1071/CP12392
KEYWORDS: cultivar, digestibility, fructan, lignin, NIRS, single nucleotide polymorphism
Aida Rouached, Inès Slama, Walid Zorrig, Asma Jdey, Caroline Cukier, Mokded Rabhi, Ons Talbi, Anis Mohamed Limami, Chedly Abdelly
Crop and Pasture Science 64 (3), 254-264, (30 July 2013) https://doi.org/10.1071/CP13049
KEYWORDS: legume species, water relations, tolerance, rehydration, osmolytes
V. O. Snow, T. A. White
Crop and Pasture Science 64 (3), 265-284, (26 July 2013) https://doi.org/10.1071/CP13074
KEYWORDS: APSIM, biophysical modelling, pastoral systems, nitrogen use efficiency, pasture growth, N leaching
Sarita Jane Bennett, E. G. Barrett-Lennard
Crop and Pasture Science 64 (3), 285-294, (2 August 2013) https://doi.org/10.1071/CP12417
KEYWORDS: dryland salinity, native and naturalised species, production potential, wheatbelt
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