Research Topics Crop Physiology

By Prof. Fazal Rehman Shamil

Research Area/ Research Interest: Crop Physiology

Research Paper Topics for: Masters and PhD Thesis and publication

  1. Plant Abiotic Stress Physiology: Volume 1: Responses and Adaptations
  2.  Plant Abiotic Stress Physiology: Volume 2: Molecular Advancements
  3.  The politics of knowledge in inclusive development and innovation
  4.  Forward and Reverse Genetic Approaches for Improving Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Crop Plants
  5.  Genetic Regulation, Biosynthesis, and the Roles of Osmoprotective Compounds in Abiotic Stress Tolerance in Plants
  6.  Herbicides and plant physiology
  7.  Innovations in Crop Production: An Amalgamation of Abiotic Stress Physiology and Technology
  8.  Plant–Environment Interaction in Developing Crop Species Resilient to Climate Change
  9.  Verhogen van ziekteweerbaarheid in substraten
  10.  A comprehensive review on grain legumes as climate-smart crops: challenges and prospects
  11.  Biochar and slow-releasing nitrogen fertilizers improved growth, nitrogen use, yield, and fiber quality of cotton under arid climatic conditions
  12.  Biochar application for the remediation of trace metals in contaminated soils: Implications for stress tolerance and crop production
  13.  Chromium-resistant Staphylococcus aureus alleviates chromium toxicity by developing synergistic relationships with zinc oxide nanoparticles in wheat
  14.  Climate change impact uncertainty assessment and adaptations for sustainable maize production using multi-crop and climate models
  15.  Coffee berry and green bean chemistry–Opportunities for improving cup quality and crop circularity
  16.  Constraints in the Primary Production of Bananas in the Davao Region, Philippines
  17.  Crop rotational complexity affects plant-soil nitrogen cycling during water deficit
  18.  Crop traits enabling yield gains under more frequent extreme climatic events
  19.  Effect of Sodium Chloride Stress on the Adaptation of Zea mays Seedlings at the Expense of Growth.
  20.  Effects of biochar derived from the pyrolysis of either biosolids, manure or spent coffee grounds on the growth, physiology and quality attributes of field-grown …
  21.  Effects of soil compaction on grain yield of wheat depend on weather conditions
  22.  Estimated glycemic index of rice increases with the release of new varieties in the middle reach of the Yangtze River
  23.  Fusarium head blight resistance exacerbates nutritional loss of wheat grain at elevated CO2
  24.  High-throughput field phenotyping of soybean: Spotting an ideotype
  25.  High-throughput phenotyping of a large tomato collection under water deficit: Combining UAVs’ remote sensing with conventional leaf-level physiologic and …
  26.  Improved representation of agricultural land use and crop management for large-scale hydrological impact simulation in Africa using SWAT+
  27.  Increase in irrigated wheat yield in north-west Mexico from 1960 to 2019: Unravelling the negative relationship to minimum temperature
  28.  Integration of GWAS and transcriptome analyses to identify SNPs and candidate genes for aluminum tolerance in rapeseed (Brassica napus L.)
  29.  Investigation of biochemical traits related to cold tolerance in different bread wheat cultivars with different growth types in Kermanshah region
  30.  Investigation on Germination and seedling growth of three Salicornia species in response to different levels of salinity stress originated from sodium chloride …
  31.  Modeling leaf color dynamics of winter wheat in relation to growth stages and nitrogen rates
  32.  Modeling seasonal branch carbon dynamics in pistachio as a function of crop load
  33.  Proteomic differences in apple spur buds from high and non-cropping trees during floral initiation
  34.  Reducing phosphorylation of nitrate reductase improves nitrate assimilation in rice
  35.  The effects of crop rotation combinations on the soil quality of old apple orchard
  36.  Trehalose induced drought tolerance in plants: Physiological and molecular responses
  37.  Trichoderma: A Biofertilizer and a Bio-Fungicide for Sustainable Crop Production
  38.  Understanding changes in cassava root dry matter yield by different planting dates, crop ages at harvest, fertilizer application and varieties
  39.  Using PhenoCams to track crop phenology and explain the effects of different cropping systems on yield
  40.   … GROWTH PROMOTING RHIZOBACTERIA AND VARIOUS ORGANIC CARRIERS ON WHEAT GROWTH, PHYSIOLOGY, ANTIOXIDATIVE ACTIVITIES AND …
  41.  60 Decision support systems in
  42.  Agronomic characteristics and genetic relationship of putative transgenic rice lines of cv. Fatmawati with the Glu-1Dx5 transgene
  43.  AGRONOMY AND SOILS
  44.  Analysis of genetic variation based on quantitative as well as quality traits in bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
  45.  Biological Validation of the Free Software RhizoVision Explorer to Determine Root Parameters in Horticultural Crops
  46.  BUCKWHEAT GROWTH AND PHYSIOLOGY AS AFFECTED BY SOWING IMMEDIATELY AFTER BURNING UNDER DROUGHT CONDITION
  47.  Characteristics of physiology, phenology, and drought susceptibility index of two varieties of Job’s tears under water deficit stress
  48.  Curriculum Vitae for Prof. Aremu Charity
  49.  Effect of cropping system and tillage practices on soil properties and maize growth
  50.  Effect of drought stress on phenological and yield attributes in Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
  51.  Effect of plant growth regulators on biophysical, biochemical traits and productivity in Bt cotton
  52.  Effect of varieties and micronutrient applications on yield attributes and yield of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.)
  53.  EFFICACY OF ABIOTIC STRESS ON THE VEGETABLE CROP PRODUCTION
  54.  ENHANCEMENT OF SOURCE-SINK RELATIONSHIP IN BLACKGRAM (Vigna mungo (L.) Hepper) THROUGH FOLIAR APPLICATION OF SALICYLIC ACID …
  55.  Evaluation of the radish Vikima cultivar growth stages by regression models in spring planting at Gorgan city.
  56.  FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE (Department of Agriculture)
  57.  FACULTY OF BASIC AND APPLIED SCIENCES
  58.  Foliar and root uptake of N deriving from simulated atmospheric N depositions in potted apple (Malus domestica) trees
  59.  FOLIAR APPLIED OF SALICYLIC ACID ALLEVIATED THE DETRIMENTAL EFFECTS OF DROUGHT ON VARIOUS GENOTYPES OF WHEAT (TRITICUMA …
  60.  Genetic variability and association studies in maintainer and restorer lines of rice
  61.  Improvement of tomato yield and salinity tolerance by decreasing the medium pH
  62. Sc. Part-II (Botany) Revised Syllabus (CBCS pattern)
  63.  Morphological & physiological basis of submergence tolerance in rice (Oryza sativa L.)
  64.  Optimizing Textile Dyeing Wastewater Irrigation through Physiochemical Attributes of Tomato, Plant Nutrient Use Efficiency and Pollution Load Index of Irrigated …
  65.  OSMOTIC COMPONENTS IN COTTON (GOSSYPIUM HIRSUTUM L.) FIBERS IN RESPONSE TO SOIL MOISTURE DEFICIT DURING FIBER EXPANSION
  66.  Relationship between physiology and production of maize under different water replacements in the Brazilian semi-arid.
  67.  Root physiology and morphology of soybean in relation to stress tolerance
  68.  Studies on extending storage life of gaillardia loose flowers using different chemical sprays and packaging material
  69.  Study on correlation for quantitative and some quality traits in bread wheat (Triticum aestivum L.)
  70.  THE EFFECTS OF PHOSPHORUS DEFICIENCY ON THE MORPHO-PHYSIOLOGY AND EXPRESSION OF LusWRKYs IN LINUM USITATISSIMUM L.
  71.  THE RESPONSE OF RUNNER BEAN CROP TO IRRIGATION AND FERTILIZATION
  72. … : Physiological and biochemical role in stress resistance, strategies to improve their accumulation, and new applications in crop breeding and management
  73. … effects of simulated acid rain and cadmium-containing atmospheric fine particulate matter on the pakchoi (Brassica campestris. L) seedlings growth and physiology
  74. 2020 Peanut Variety and Quality Evaluation Results. I. Agronomic and Grade Data
  75. A Bayesian Model for Annual Crop Phenological Parameter Estimation Using Optical High Resolution Image Time Series
  76. A cluster of atypical resistance genes in soybean confers broad-spectrum antiviral activity
  77. A Crop Modelling Strategy to Improve Cacao Quality and Productivity
  78. A New RING Finger Protein, PLANT ARCHITECTURE and GRAIN NUMBER 1, Affects Plant Architecture and Grain Yield in Rice
  79. A new technique for reducing accumulation, transport, and toxicity of heavy metals in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) by bio-filtration of river wastewater
  80. A surrogate model based on feature selection techniques and regression learners to improve soybean yield prediction in southern France
  81. A System Dynamics Perspective of Food Systems, Environmental Change and Global Catastrophic Risks
  82. Abscisic acid is required for exodermal suberization to form a barrier to radial oxygen loss in the adventitious roots of rice (Oryza sativa)
  83. Achieve simultaneous increase in straw resources efficiency and nitrogen efficiency under crop yield stabilization–A case study of NCP in China for up to 8 years
  84. Air Pollution and Greenhouse Gases Emissions: Implications in Food Production and Food Security
  85. Alternative oxidase plays a role in minimizing ROS and RNS produced under salinity stress in Arabidopsis thaliana
  86. An Architecture for Quality Centric Crop Production System
  87. An improved k-angle coverage algorithm for multimedia wireless sensor networks based on two-layer tabu search
  88. An integrated analysis of transcriptome and metabolome provides insights into the responses of maize (Zea mays L.) roots to different straw and fertilizer conditions
  89. An Open-Source Low-Cost Imaging System Plug-In for Pheromone Traps Aiding Remote Insect Pest Population Monitoring in Fruit Crops
  90. An update on precision genome editing by homology-directed repair in plants
  91. Anabel Rivas, Kang Liu and Ep Heuvelink
  92. Anatomy and Physiology of Ducks
  93. Application of Microbes in Climate-Resilient Crops
  94. Approaches and determinants to sustainably improve crop production
  95. Approaches to investigate crop responses to ozone pollution: from O3‐FACE to satellite‐enabled modeling
  96. Assessing a century of maize and soybean polyculture for silage production
  97. Assessing Growth and Water Productivity for Drip-Irrigated Maize under High Plant Density in Arid to Semi-Humid Climates
  98. Assessing the Effect of Age and Geomorphic Setting on Organic Carbon Accumulation in High-Latitude Human-Planted Mangroves
  99. Assessment of Agro-Morphological Variability in a Durum Wheat Collection Maintained in the Moroccan Gene Bank
  100. Augmentation of maize yield by strategic adaptation to cope with climate change for a future period in Eastern India
  101. Auxin Efflux Transporters OsPIN1c and OsPIN1d Function Redundantly in Regulating Rice (Oryza sativa L.) Panicle Development
  102. Biochar actions for the mitigation of plant abiotic stress
  103. BioCro II: a Software Package for Modular Crop Growth Simulations
  104. Biomass Prediction With 3D Point Clouds From LiDAR
  105. Breeding for photosynthetic capacity
  106. Bringing more players into play: Leveraging stress in genome wide association studies
  107. Cadmium and lead differentially affect growth, physiology, and metal accumulation in guar (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba L.) genotypes
  108. Calcium-dependent protein kinase CPK32 mediates calcium signaling in regulating Arabidopsis flowering time
  109. Calibration and validation of the FAO AquaCrop water productivity model for cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz)
  110. Can Agroecology Help in Meeting our 2050 Protein Requirements?
  111. Can we harness digital technologies and physiology to hasten genetic gain in US maize breeding?
  112. Carbon dioxide responsiveness mitigates rice yield loss under high night temperature
  113. CDC48B facilitates the intercellular trafficking of SHORT‐ROOT during radial patterning in roots
  114. CHARACTERIZATION AND OPTIMIZATION OF CAROTENOID EXTRACTED FROM THE PEELS OF TOMATO LYCOPERSICON ESCULENTUM GROWN IN NIGERIA.
  115. Characterization of Parental Lines and Land Races of Pearl Millet by DUS Descriptors
  116. China’s Terrestrial Carbon Sink Over 2010–2015 Constrained by Satellite Observations of Atmospheric CO2 and Land Surface Variables
  117. Climate and agronomy, not genetics, underpin recent maize yield gains in favorable environments
  118. Climate Change and Its Impact on Sustainable Crop Production
  119. Climate warming alters the soil microbial association network and role of keystone taxa in determining wheat quality in the field
  120. Coactive role of zinc oxide nanoparticles and plant growth promoting rhizobacteria for mitigation of Synchronized effects of heat and drought stress in wheat plants
  121. Colonization of Piriformospora indica enhances insect herbivore resistance of rice plants through jasmonic acid- and antioxidant-mediated defense mechanisms
  122. Combined Effect of Animal Manures and Di-Ammonium Phosphate (DAP) on Growth, Physiology, Root Nodulation and Yield of Chickpea
  123. Combined Use of Novel Endophytic and Rhizobacterial Strains Upregulates Antioxidant Enzyme Systems and Mineral Accumulation in Wheat
  124. Combining leaf fluorescence and active canopy reflectance sensing technologies to diagnose maize nitrogen status across growth stages
  125. Combining multi-environmental trials and crop simulation to understand soybean response to early sowings under contrasting water conditions
  126. Comparison and transferability of thermal, temporal and phenological-based in-season predictions of above-ground biomass in wheat crops from proximal crop …
  127. Complex Systems Modelling of UK Winter Wheat Yield
  128. Continuous LED Lighting Enhances Yield and Nutritional Value of Four Genotypes of Brassicaceae Microgreens
  129. Control of Substrate Water Availability Using Soil Sensors and Effects of Water Deficit on the Morphology and Physiology of Potted Hebe andersonii
  130. Creating and maintaining a high-confidence microRNA repository for crop research: A brief review and re-examination of the current crop microRNA registries
  131. Crop phenotyping in a context of Global Change: What to measure and how to do it
  132. Decomposing complex traits through crop modelling to support cultivar recommendation. A proof of concept with focus on phenology and field pea
  133. Deficit drip irrigation based on crop evapotranspiration and precipitation forecast improves water‐use efficiency and grain yield of summer maize
  134. Demography of Tetranychus urticae (Acari: Tetranychidae) under different nitrogen regimes with estimations of confidence intervals
  135. Desalinization effect of simulated Cut‐soiler based residue filled preferential shallow sub surface drainage improves physiology and yield of rain‐fed pearl millet in …
  136. Developing Climate Resilient Integrated Soil–Crop Management (Criscm) System for Sustainable Wheat Production in Salt–Affected Agroecosystems: Bridging Yield …
  137. Different types of soil mulches in the leaf anatomy and physiology of’BRS Platina’banana in a non-irrigated management
  138. Differential drought tolerance responses in short-grain aromatic rice germplasms from Koraput valley of Eastern Ghats of India
  139. Differential modulation of photosynthesis, ROS and antioxidant enzyme activities in stress-sensitive and-tolerant rice cultivars during salinity and drought upon …
  140. Direct and residual impact of boron fertilization improves the crop yield, nutrient contents, nutrient uptake, and nutrient use efficiencies in cauliflower–cowpea–okra …
  141. Disparities among crop species in the evolution of growth rates: the role of distinct origins and domestication histories
  142. Distinctive Application of the Consortium of Chlorella vulgaris and Anabaena oryzae toward different planting dates and climate change on Jerusalem Artichoke Yield
  143. Drought stress tolerance in cotton: progress and perspectives
  144. Drought, Low Nitrogen Stress, and Ultraviolet-B Radiation Effects on Growth, Development, and Physiology of Sweetpotato Cultivars during Early Season
  145. Ecophysiological Crop Modelling Combined with Genetic Analysis Is a Powerful Tool for Ideotype Design
  146. Effect of Nitrogen Fertilizer Source and Weed Interference on Yield and Yield Components of Dryland Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) Cultivars
  147. Effect of pretreatment on germination components of Kelussia odoratissma Mozaf
  148. Effect of priming and scratching on physiological and biochemical properties of Kelussia odoratissima Mozaff seedling
  149. Effect of projected climate scenarios on the yields of potato crop and agronomic adaptation options as evaluated by crop growth model
  150. Effect of Pythium aphanidermatum (root rot pathogen) on the physiology of Luffa cylindrica (Sponge gourd) and its management by microbial antagonists
  151. Effect of Residual Pesticides in Recycled Nursery Runoff on Growth and Physiology of Six Ornamental Shrubs
  152. Effects of Nitrogen Fertilizer Management on Stalk Lodging Resistance Traits in Summer Maize
  153. Effects of PGPR Bioinoculants, Hydrogel and Biochar on Growth and Physiology of Soybean under Drought Stress
  154. Effects of polystyrene nanoplastics (PSNPs) on the physiology and molecular metabolism of corn (Zea mays L.) seedlings
  155. Effects of Two Varieties and Fertilization Regimes on Growth, Fruit, and Silymarin Yield of Milk Thistle Crop
  156. Elevated atmospheric CO2 induced changes in nitrogen metabolism and crop quality
  157. Enhancing crop diversity for food security in the face of climate uncertainty
  158. Epigenetic regulation of heat and cold stress responses in crop plants
  159. Epigenomic features of DNA G-quadruplexes and their roles in regulating rice gene transcription
  160. Establishing long-term nitrogen response of global cereals to assess sustainable fertilizer rates
  161. Estimating Nutrient Uptake Requirements for Melon Based on the QUEFTS Model
  162. Estimating sunflower canopy conductance under the influence of soil salinity
  163. Estimation of maize straw production and appropriate straw return rate in China
  164. Evaluating Plant Uptake of 4, 4′-Methylenedianiline
  165. Evaluation of nitrate leaching, fatty acids, physiological traits and yield of rapeseed (Brassica napus) in response to tillage, irrigation and fertilizer management
  166. Evaluation of the DSSAT‐CANEGRO model for simulating the growth of energy cane (Saccharum spp.), a biofuel feedstock crop
  167. Evaluation of wheat tolerance during germination and early growth stages to detergent-contaminated water
  168. Exogenous Melatonin Improves Cold Tolerance of Strawberry (Fragaria × ananassa Duch.) through Modulation of DREB/CBF-COR Pathway and Antioxidant …
  169. Exploring global changes in agricultural ammonia emissions and their contribution to nitrogen deposition since 1980
  170. Exploring long-term impacts of different crop rotation systems on sustainable use of groundwater resources using DSSAT model
  171. Faba (Broad) Bean Production, Processing, and Nutritional Profile
  172. First report of Corynespora cassiicola (Berk. and Curt.) Wei. causing target spot on cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) in South India
  173. Foliar application uniconazole enhanced lodging resistance of hybrid indica rice by altering basal stem quality under poor light stress
  174. Foliar spraying of Mn with addition of Si increases phenolic compound, photosynthetic efficiency, productivity and the protein content of the soybean crop
  175. Foliar Thiourea Confers Moisture Stress Tolerance in Rainfed Maize Through Elevated Antioxidative Defence System, Osmolyte Accumulation and Starch Synthesis …
  176. Foundations of Crop Tolerance to Climate Change: Plant Traits Relevant to Stress Tolerance
  177. From rice-like plants to plants liking rice: A review of research on weeds and their management in African rice systems
  178. Fruit Cracking in Lemon cv. Punjab Baramasi in Relation to Developmental Physiology
  179. Future Directions for Indian Sandalwood
  180. GABA Requires Nitric Oxide for Alleviating Arsenate Stress in Tomato and Brinjal Seedlings
  181. Gastrointestinal anatomy and physiology
  182. Genotypic variation of conservative and profligate water use in the vegetative and reproductive stages of canola (Brassica napus L.)
  183. Gibberellic acid biosynthesis during dehydration phase of priming increases seed vigour of tomato
  184. Global Survey, Expressions and Association Analysis of CBLL Genes in Peanut
  185. Grapevine crop evapotranspiration and crop coefficient forecasting using linear and non-linear multiple regression models
  186. Growth and nutrition of rice seedlings when phosphorus or silicon was applied to a soil heavily contaminated with both arsenic and cadmium
  187. Growth and yield assessment of lettuce (Lactuca sativa L.): an economic feasibility and performance evaluation of capillary wick irrigation system
  188. Harnessing root architecture to address global challenges
  189. Heat stress effects on the reproductive physiology and yield of wheat
  190. High-throughput methods for genome editing: the more the better
  191. Horticultural Crops as Affected by Climate Change
  192. Identification of TabZIP family members with possible roles in the response to auxin in wheat roots
  193. Impact of elevated atmospheric CO2 on aleurone cells and starch granule morphology in domesticated and wild rices
  194. Impact of nanoparticles and their ionic counterparts derived from heavy metals on the physiology of food crops
  195. Impacts and mechanisms of nanobubbles level in drip irrigation system on soil fertility, water use efficiency and crop production: The perspective of soil microbial …
  196. Impacts of barley root cortical aerenchyma on growth, physiology, yield components, and grain quality under field waterlogging conditions
  197. Impacts of Elevated Ozone and Ozone Protectants on Plant Growth, Nutrients, Biochemical and Yield Properties of Turnip (Brassica Rapa L.)
  198. In silico assessment of sowing dates and nitrogen management in common bean crops
  199. Indian Sandalwood
  200. Indoor production of tomatoes
  201. Interaction of erect panicle genotype and nitrogen fertilizer application on the source-sink ratio and nitrogen use efficiency in rice
  202. Introduction to “Sustainable Agriculture in Egypt: Climate Change Mitigation”
  203. Iron oxide nanoparticles doped biochar ameliorates trace elements induced phytotoxicity in tomato by modulation of physiological and biochemical responses …
  204. Is the tolerance of sunflower floret differentiation to crop density associated with the stem growth and with the oil yield response to density?
  205. Leaf PIP2. 1 and PIP2. 5 are down-regulated in ‘Mandarin’lime under drought
  206. Limited‐transpiration rate and plant conductance in a diverse sweet corn population
  207. Management of abiotic stresses with nano-black carbon is a tool for crop production
  208. Managing dryland wheat to produce high-quality grain
  209. Measuring and modelling crop yield losses due to invasive insect pests under climate change
  210. Mechanisms and Applications of Nanopriming: New Vista for Seed Germination
  211. Mechanisms for improving phosphorus utilization efficiency in plants
  212. Metabolomics analysis reveals the physiological mechanism underlying growth restriction in maize roots under continuous negative pressure and stable water supply
  213. Modelling soil salinity effects on salt water uptake and crop growth using a modified denitrification-decomposition model: A phytoremediation approach
  214. Modulating the rhizosphere microbiome by altering the cocktail of root secretions
  215. Molecular mechanism of negative pressure irrigation inhibiting root growth and improving water use efficiency in maize
  216. Monocyclic components and photosynthetic damage caused by myrtle rust in guava leaves
  217. Morphological and Physiological Screening to Predict Lettuce Biomass Production in Controlled Environment Agriculture
  218. Morphological and Physiological Traits Associated with Yield under Reduced Irrigation in Chilean Coastal Lowland Quinoa
  219. Multi-omics approach highlights new targets for amino acid composition change in maize kernels
  220. New approaches to improve crop tolerance to biotic and abiotic stresses
  221. Nitrate metabolism of soybean-physiology and genetics
  222. Nitrogen variability assessment of pasture fields under an integrated crop-livestock system using UAV, PlanetScope, and Sentinel-2 data
  223. Oil palm crop: state and gaps of research and technological development at global scale, Latin America and Mexico
  224. Optimizing Center Pivot Irrigation to Regulate Field Microclimate and Wheat Physiology under Dry-Hot Wind Conditions in the North China Plain
  225. Outstanding questions on the beneficial role of silicon in crop plants
  226. Overexpression of PvSTK1 gene from Switchgrass (Panicum virgatum L.) affects flowering time and development of floral organ in transgenic Arabidopsis thaliana
  227. Over-Optimistic Projected Future Wheat Yield Potential in the North China Plain: The Role of Future Climate Extremes
  228. Pathways to de novo domestication of crop wild relatives
  229. Perennial rye as a grain crop in Alberta, Canada: Prospects and challenges
  230. PGPR-mediated salt tolerance in maize by modulating plant physiology, antioxidant defense, compatible solutes accumulation and bio-surfactant producing genes
  231. Phenotypic plasticity in plant height shaped by interaction between genetic loci and diurnal temperature range
  232. Phenotyping sorghum for drought-adaptive physiological and root architectural traits under water-limited environments
  233. Phosphate-solubilising microorganisms mainly increase plant phosphate uptake by effects of pH on root physiology
  234. Phosphorus Fertilizers Enhances the Phytoextraction of Cadmium through Solanum nigrum L.
  235. Phosphorus homeostasis: acquisition, sensing, and long-distance signaling in plants
  236. Photosynthesis in Indian Sandalwood
  237. Photo-Thermal Regulation of Flowering in Soybean 1
  238. Physiological Changes Accompanied with Some Herbicides on Peanut Leaves, Arachis hypogaea L.
  239. Physiology of genotypic differences in photosynthetic rate
  240. Phytotoxic effects of plastic pollution in crops: what is the size of the problem?
  241. Plant development and crop protection using phytonanotechnology: A new window for sustainable agriculture
  242. Plant growth regulators affecting corn (Zea mays L.) physiology and rab17 expression under drought conditions
  243. Pod shattering in canola reduced by mitigating drought stress through silicon application and molecular approaches-A review
  244. Potassium and phosphorus as limiting factors for erucic acid in the inedible oilseed crop, Crambe
  245. Potato tillage method is associated with soil microbial communities, soil chemical properties, and potato yield
  246. Prediction of upland cotton micronaire accounting for the effects of environment and crop demand from fruit growth
  247. QTL Mapping of Rice Cooking Characteristics and Correlation Analysis of Sensory Food Quality
  248. Recent Advances in Molecular Techniques for the Enhancement of Crop Production
  249. Recent developments in cold plasma‐based enzyme activity (browning, cell wall degradation, and antioxidant) in fruits and vegetables
  250. Recent Trends in Nano-Fertilizers for Sustainable Agriculture under Climate Change for Global Food Security
  251. Recycling of municipal solid waste into valuable organic fertilizer towards rejuvenation of crop physiology, yield and soil health
  252. Reduced Chelate Strength Increases Iron Bioavailability for Monocots in Hydroponic Culture
  253. Reductions in crop yields across China from elevated ozone
  254. Regulation of soybean senescence
  255. Remote Sensing Monitoring of Winter Wheat Stripe Rust Based on mRMR-XGBoost Algorithm
  256. Research on Tea Tree Growth Monitoring Model Using Soil Information
  257. Response of maize hybrids under limited irrigation capacities: Crop water use
  258. Response of Malus x domestica Borkh to metamitron and high night temperature: Effects on physiology and fruit abscission
  259. Response of Mentha spicata L. to the reclamation of soil by the application of polyacrylamide (PAM): A soil‐conditioner
  260. Response of modified microclimates on growth, yield, and incidence of rhizome rot disease of ginger in Assam, India
  261. Response of rice growth and leaf physiology to elevated CO2 concentrations: A meta-analysis of 20-year FACE studies
  262. Role of Physiology, Immunity, Microbiota, and Infectious Diseases in the Gut Health of Poultry
  263. Salvia leucantha essential oil encapsulated in chitosan nanoparticles with toxicity and feeding physiology of cotton bollworm Helicoverpa armigera
  264. Screening of Existing and New Boxwood Cultivars for Disease Resistance and In Vitro Fungicide Screening to Manage Boxwood Dieback Caused by Colletotrichum …
  265. Seed germination and vigor: ensuring crop sustainability in a changing climate
  266. Seed-applied zinc-solubilising Bacillus biofertilisers improve antioxidant enzyme activities, crop productivity, and biofortification of maize
  267. Shouldering the stress: ubiquitin-mediated degradation of a B-box protein regulates drought responses in apple
  268. Significance of root hairs in developing stress‐resilient plants for sustainable crop production
  269. Silicon Compounds Promotes Physiological Response of Avocado’Hass’ and Affect the Development of Pests
  270. Sorghum Ionomics Reveals the Functional SbHMA3a Allele That Limits Excess Cadmium Accumulation in Grains.
  271. Soybean Seed Composition
  272. Sponging of glutamate at the outer plasma membrane surface reveals roles for glutamate in development
  273. Synergy of optical and synthetic aperture radar data for early-stage crop yield estimation: a case study over a state of Germany
  274. Targeted suppression of gibberellin biosynthetic genes ZmGA20ox3 and ZmGA20ox5 produces a short stature maize ideotype
  275. Testing the accuracy of Soil Testing Kit® Transchem
  276. The effect of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi on the phenolic compounds profile, antioxidant activity and grain yields in wheat cultivars growing under hydric stress
  277. The effects of crop tree thinning intensity on the ability of dominant tree species to sequester carbon in a temperate deciduous mixed forest, northeastern China
  278. The physiology of reproductive abscission in soybeans
  279. The potential of dynamic physiological traits in young tomato plants to predict field-yield performance
  280. Thermal-RGB imagery and in-field weather sensing derived sweet cherry wetness prediction model
  281. Tobacco Straw Biochar Improved the Growth of Chinese Cherry Via Altering Plant Physiology and Shifting the Rhizosphere Bacterial Community
  282. Toward predicting photosynthetic efficiency and biomass gain in crop genotypes over a field season
  283. Towards Climate Change Preparedness in the MENA’s Agricultural Sector
  284. Uncovering the mechanism preliminarily of formation and development of taro corm in vitro by morphological physiology and transcriptomic analysis
  285. Update, Conclusions, and Recommendations of “Sustainable Agriculture in Egypt: Climate Change Mitigation”
  286. Updates on gene editing and its applications
  287. Use of Potash in Pakistan
  288. Use of the abrasion technique in minimal processing as an alternative to increase purchase acceptability and minimize browning in yam
  289. Using Halothermal Time Model to Describe Barley (Hordeumvulgare L.) Seed Germination Response to Water Potential and Temperature
  290. Varietal and environmental effects on the production of faba bean (Vicia faba L.) seeds for the food industry by confrontation of agricultural and nutritional traits with …
  291. Varietal difference in dynamics of non-structural carbohydrates in nodal segments of stem in two varieties of rice (Oryza sativa L.) at pre- and post-heading stages
  292. Various maize yield losses and their dynamics triggered by drought thresholds based on Copula-Bayesian conditional probabilities
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