In college of Forest Resources and Environment, Nanjing Forestry University, Nanjing 210037, China




НазваниеIn college of Forest Resources and Environment, Nanjing Forestry University, Nanjing 210037, China
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REPIE, SDr-SDb and FD 729) were significantly correlated with leaf nitrogen concentrations, the determination coefficients (R2) being 0.829, 0.806 and 0.856, and the standard errors (SE) being 0.278, 0.295 and 0.271, respectively. The relationships between the combination of several single bands and leaf N concentration were better than those of the combination of simulated wide spectral bands in terms of R2 and SE. Regression models of leaf N concentrations to mND 705 and AVHRR-GVI were established with R2 being 0.836 and 0.786 and SE being 0.275 and 0.315, respectively. The validation results from independent datasets indicated that the area and red edge spectral parameters were the best to predict leaf N concentrations, the RMSE being 0.418, 0.380 and 0.395 and the RE being 14.4, 15.1, and 15.2% for using REPIE, SDr-SDb and FD 729, respectively. The combination of several single bands was slightly lower as to predicting leaf N concentrations, as compared with the combination of simulated wide spectral bands, the RMSE being 0.436 and 0.408 and the RE being 17.3 and 16.7% for using mND 705 and AVHRR-GVI, respectively. It is concluded that hyperspectral parameters of REPIE, SDr-SDb and FD 729 can be used to reliably estimate the leaf N concentrations in wheat.

RN - 7727-37-9

CC - Plant Production [FF100]

CC - Techniques and Methodology [ZZ900]

CC - Mathematics and Statistics [ZZ100]

CC - Field Crops [FF005]

MH - canopy

MH - crop production

MH - field experimentation

MH - field tests

MH - models

MH - monitoring

MH - nitrogen

MH - nondestructive testing

MH - reflectance

MH - relationships

MH - remote sensing

MH - standard deviation

MH - statistical analysis

MH - wheat

MH - Triticum

MH - China

BT - East Asia

BT - Asia

BT - Developing Countries

BT - Poaceae

BT - Cyperales

BT - monocotyledons

BT - angiosperms

BT - Spermatophyta

BT - plants

BT - eukaryotes

ID - leaf canopy

ID - statistical methods

ID - surveillance systems

LG - Chinese

SL - English

PT - Journal article

SS - 0Q

SS - 6T

SS - CA

SS - CR

SS - ZS

IS - 1009-1041

UP - 20090415

YR - 2008


<45>

VN - Ovid Technologies

DB - CAB Abstracts

UI - 20093013580

AU - Wei CunXu

AU - Zhang Jun

AU - Zhou WeiDong

AU - Chen YiFang

AU - Xu RuGen

IN - College of Bioscience and Biotechnology, Yangzhou University, Yangzhou 225009, Jiangsu, China.

TI - Ultrastructural observation on the development of small starch granule (compound starch granule) of wheat endosperm.

SO - Journal of Triticeae Crops. 2008. 28: 5, 804-810. 18 ref.

PU - Editorial Department of Journal of Triticeae Crops

LP - Shaanxi

CP - China

AB - In order to investigate whether starch granules of wheat endosperm were single or compound starch granules, electron microscopic examination was made of the starch granules during wheat endosperm development. Large starch granules were found to form and develop at the early stage of endosperm development. Amyloplast with large starch granules could produce new amyloplast by constricting. One amyloplast had only one large starch granule. Small starch granules could form and develop at the middle and late stages of endosperm development. Many amyloplasts which would produce small starch granules came from the envelope protrusion of amyloplasts with large starch granules. Amyloplasts with small starch granules could also form new amyloplasts to produce small starch granules by the way of constricting and protruding of their envelopes. Many small starch granules could form and develop in one amyloplast. The amyloplast envelope began to degrade and released starch granules into the cell matrix when the amyloplast was full of starch granules. The above results showed that large starch granules were single starch granules and small starch granules were compound starch granules in wheat endosperm.

RN - 9005-25-8

CC - Field Crops [FF005]

MH - endosperm

MH - starch

MH - starch granules

MH - ultrastructure

MH - wheat

MH - Triticum

BT - Poaceae

BT - Cyperales

BT - monocotyledons

BT - angiosperms

BT - Spermatophyta

BT - plants

BT - eukaryotes

ID - amyloplasts

LG - Chinese

SL - English

PT - Journal article

SS - 0Q

SS - 7G

SS - 6T

SS - CA

SS - CR

SS - ZS

IS - 1009-1041

UP - 20090415

YR - 2008


<46>

VN - Ovid Technologies

DB - CAB Abstracts

UI - 20093013567

AU - Zhu HongFen

AU - Tian YongChao

AU - Yao Xia

AU - Zhu Yan

AU - Cao WeiXing

IN - Hi-Tech Key Laboratory of Information Agriculture of Jiangsu Province / Nanjing Agricultural University, Nanjing 210095, Jiangsu, China.

TI - An RS-based crop growth monitoring and regulation system.

SO - Journal of Triticeae Crops. 2008. 28: 4, 674-679. 23 ref.

PU - Editorial Department of Journal of Triticeae Crops

LP - Shaanxi

CP - China

AB - Quick monitoring and diagnosis of crop growth and nutrition status and yield prediction based on remote sensing (RS) is of key importance for precision crop management. In this study, an RS-based monitoring and regulation system was developed and implemented by integration of crop monitoring models and crop knowledge model using software component technology. This system realized crop growth monitoring and regulation from the point of small scale to the rural area of large scale and performed multiple functions such as file management, image processing, object classification and identification, vegetation index calculation, growth parameter monitoring, physiological parameter monitoring, grain yield and quality prediction, real-time diagnosis and regulation, tool management and system help. In case studies of wheat crops in Taizhou of Jiangsu province, China, this system performed very well in the functions of growth monitoring and regulation, which provides a foundation for dynamic and digital monitoring and management in farm crops.

CC - Plant Production [FF100]

CC - Techniques and Methodology [ZZ900]

CC - Plant Nutrition [FF061]

CC - Field Crops [FF005]

MH - case studies

MH - classification

MH - crop management

MH - crop yield

MH - crops

MH - growth

MH - identification

MH - image processing

MH - models

MH - monitoring

MH - nutrition

MH - nutritional state

MH - plant nutrition

MH - quality

MH - remote sensing

MH - rural areas

MH - wheat

MH - yield forecasting

MH - yields

MH - Triticum

MH - China

MH - Jiangsu

BT - East Asia

BT - Asia

BT - Developing Countries

BT - Eastern China

BT - China

BT - Poaceae

BT - Cyperales

BT - monocotyledons

BT - angiosperms

BT - Spermatophyta

BT - plants

BT - eukaryotes

ID - Kiangsu

ID - nutritional status

ID - surveillance systems

ID - yield prediction

LG - Chinese

SL - English

PT - Journal article

SS - 0Q

SS - 7Q

SS - 6T

SS - CA

SS - CR

SS - ZS

IS - 1009-1041

UP - 20090415

YR - 2008


<47>

VN - Ovid Technologies

DB - CAB Abstracts

UI - 20093008927

AU - Yan Juan

AU - Yin Bin

AU - Zhang ShaoLin

AU - Shen QiRong

AU - Zhu ZhaoLiang

IN - College of Resources and Environmental Sciences, Nanjing Agricultural University, Nanjing, Jiangsu 210095, China.

TI - Effect of nitrogen application rate on nitrogen uptake and distribution in rice.

SO - Plant Nutrition and Fertilizer Science. 2008. 14: 5, 835-839. ref.

PU - Editorial Department of Plant Nutrition and Fertilizer Science

LP - Beijing

CP - China

AB - A micro-plot experiment using 15N labelled fertilizer was conducted to compare the effects of different nitrogen application rates (0, 100, 150, 200 and 250 kg/ha) on dry matter production and 15N uptake and distribution in two rice cultivars, 4007 and Wuyunjing15 (WYJ15). N rates over N 150 kg/ha gave no further increments in yield. Compared with the no-N control, the treatments of 100, 150, 200 and 250 kg N/ha gave 22.3, 36.9, 43.2, and 38.1% higher grain yield in 4007 and 10.6, 18.8, 27.1, and 21.5% yield increase in Wuyunjing15. 15N accumulation in the grains of 4007 was much higher than of Wuyunjing15, but there were no significant differences in 15N in the straws and roots between the two cultivars under the same nitrogen application rate. 15N distribution in grains increased significantly with nitrogen application rate, but a reverse trend was observed in straws, and no difference in roots of these two cultivars. At the same N application level, total nitrogen utilization coefficient in 4007 was 3-6% higher than in Wuyunjing15.

RN - 7727-37-9

CC - Fertilizers and other Amendments [JJ700]

CC - Plant Nutrition [FF061]

CC - Soil Biology [JJ100]

CC - Plant Production [FF100]

CC - Field Crops [FF005]

MH - application rates

MH - cultivars

MH - dry matter

MH - fertilizers

MH - mineral uptake

MH - nitrogen

MH - nitrogen fertilizers

MH - rice

MH - roots

MH - treatment

MH - uptake

MH - utilization

MH - yield increases

MH - Oryza

BT - Poaceae

BT - Cyperales

BT - monocotyledons

BT - angiosperms

BT - Spermatophyta

BT - plants

BT - eukaryotes

ID - cultivated varieties

ID - paddy

LG - Chinese

SL - English

PT - Journal article

SS - 7U

SS - 0Q

SS - 7Q

SS - 0S

SS - CA

SS - CR

SS - EC

SS - SO

SS - ZS

IS - 1008-505X

UP - 20090415

YR - 2008


<48>

VN - Ovid Technologies

DB - CAB Abstracts

UI - 20093008853

AU - Xue JiaBin

AU - Yin XiuFeng

AU - Zhou YongQi

AU - Fan ZhiYu

AU - Wang Fang

IN - Institute of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Medicine, Jiangsu Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Nanjing 210014, Jiangsu, China.

TI - Epidemic belly swelling in rabbit.

SO - Chinese Journal of Rabbit Farming. 2008. 1, 26-28.

PU - Editorial Department of Chinese Journal of Rabbit Farming

LP - Jiangsu

CP - China

AB - Swelling belly was epidemic on rabbit farms in various parts of China in 2004. It occurred mainly in young rabbits at 2-3 months old. The morbidity was 50-70% with a mortality of more than 90%. Autopsy showed large quantity of sticky fluids in colon and dry matters in caecum. Its causal factor(s) was not yet identified. For its control, compound sulfamethoxazole gave some effects.

RN - 723-46-6

CC - Animal Surgery and Non-drug Therapy [LL884]

MH - caecum

MH - colon

MH - effects

MH - epidemics

MH - morbidity

MH - mortality

MH - postmortem examinations

MH - sulfamethoxazole

MH - rabbits

MH - China

BT - East Asia

BT - Asia

BT - Developing Countries

BT - Leporidae

BT - Lagomorpha

BT - mammals

BT - vertebrates

BT - Chordata

BT - animals

BT - small mammals

BT - eukaryotes

ID - autopsy

ID - cecum

ID - death rate

ID - postmortem inspections

ID - sulphamethoxazole

LG - Chinese

PT - Journal article

SS - 0V

SS - 0I

SS - CA

SS - VE

SS - ZA

SS - ZS

IS - 1005-6327

UP - 20090415

YR - 2008


<49>

VN - Ovid Technologies

DB - CAB Abstracts

UI - 20093008848

AU - Zhu ManXing

AU - Zai Pin

AU - Pan YuLai

AU - Wu XinSheng

IN - Jiangsu Provincial General Station of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Medicine, Nanjing 210026, Jiangsu, China.

TI - Current situation and direction in rabbit breeding in China.

SO - Chinese Journal of Rabbit Farming. 2008. 1, 11-14. 10 ref.

PU - Editorial Department of Chinese Journal of Rabbit Farming

LP - Jiangsu

CP - China

AB - Current situation and direction in rabbit breeding in China is discussed. Since late 1970s, significant results have been obtained in rabbit breeding. Wool yield per head increased from 200 g to 900 g, slaughter date shortened from 120-150 days to 90-100 days, and percentage of eviscerated yield increased from 40-43% to 48-80%. In the future, rabbit breeding should be probably oriented to paying more attention to market requirement, breeds of specific characteristics, and more specialised breeding organs. Some recommendations are also put forward.

CC - Animal Genetics and Breeding [LL240]

CC - Supply, Demand and Prices [EE130]

CC - Fur-bearing Animals [LL148]

CC - Wool Producing Animals [LL145]

MH - animal breeding

MH - guidelines

MH - head

MH - market economics

MH - performance traits

MH - wool

MH - wool production

MH - yields

MH - rabbits

MH - China

BT - East Asia

BT - Asia

BT - Developing Countries

BT - Leporidae

BT - Lagomorpha

BT - mammals

BT - vertebrates

BT - Chordata

BT - animals

BT - small mammals

BT - eukaryotes

ID - economics of marketing

ID - recommendations

LG - Chinese

PT - Journal article

SS - 0R

SS - 0A

SS - CA

SS - AG

SS - BE

SS - ZA

SS - ZS

IS - 1005-6327

UP - 20090415

YR - 2008


<50>

VN - Ovid Technologies

DB - CAB Abstracts

UI - 20093008831

AU - Liu DaLin

AU - Zhao Dan

AU - Zhou Yang

AU - Lu Yong

AU - Wu Min

AU - Wang LiuXiang

AU - Fang Zhen

IN - College of Animal Science and Technology, Yangzhou University, Yangzhou 225009, Jiangsu, China.

TI - Degrading pattern of various forages in rumen of dairy cattle.

SO - Pratacultural Science. 2008. 25: 2, 128-133. 5 ref.

PU - Editorial Board of Pratacultural Science

LP - Lanzhou

CP - China

AB - Digesting characteristics of different forage plants in rumen of dairy cattle was studied by nylon bag technique. Plants of
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