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DOI: 10.1590/s0103-90162000000300001
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Abstract: Com os objetivos de avaliar o efeito da temperatura média do ar no rendimento de grãos e de prever a época de ocorrência dos estádios fenológicos da cultura de milho em função da soma calórica, foi conduzido um experimento de campo utilizando três híbridos, com diferentes exigências térmicas, em três diferentes épocas de semeadura. Para estimativa do rendimento de grãos foram determinados seus diferentes componentes, onde se observou um decréscimo do rendimento com aumento da temperatura em função das épocas d… Show more

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“…2000), for corn crops (Gadioli et al, 2000), and for forage Panicum virgatum (Sanderson & Wolf, 1995 The ability to predict phenological stages, such as flowering and development and dispersal of weed seeds, may aid the development of management practices (Ghersa & Holt, 1995). Moreover, the growth characteristics of a particular species are indicative of competitive ability (Holt & Orkutt, 1991).…”
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confidence: 99%
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“…2000), for corn crops (Gadioli et al, 2000), and for forage Panicum virgatum (Sanderson & Wolf, 1995 The ability to predict phenological stages, such as flowering and development and dispersal of weed seeds, may aid the development of management practices (Ghersa & Holt, 1995). Moreover, the growth characteristics of a particular species are indicative of competitive ability (Holt & Orkutt, 1991).…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It is known that changes or physiological events that occur during plant development can be defined by numerical scales (Medeiros et al, 2000;Shirtliffe et al, 2000;Gadioli et al, 2000). These scales, most often, are defined as a function of time (days).…”
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“…Traditionally, days have been used to count this time cycle; however, it is a variable that is subject to environmental interference that is indirectly expressed in the phenology. Thus, the temperature has been considered as the most important climate element to foresee physiological events, provided that there is no dehydration (Russelle et al, 1984;Gadioli et al, 2000).…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%