Abteilung Acker- und Pflanzenbau

Redigierte Publikationen zu Ertragsbildungssysteme

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Ulf Böttcher, Wiebke Weymann, Jeroen W.M. Pullens, Jørgen E. Olesen, Henning Kage (2020): Development and evaluation of HUME-OSR: A dynamic crop growth model for winter oilseed rape. Field Crops Research 246 (2020).
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Rose, T. und Kage, H. (2019): The Contribution of Functional Traits to the Breeding Progress of Central-European Winter Wheat under Differing Crop Management Intensities. Front. Plant Sci., 10, 1521.
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Kai P. Voss-Fels, Andreas Stahl, Benjamin Wittkop, Carolin Lichthardt, Sabrina Nagler, Till Rose, Tsu-Wei Chen, Holger Zetzsche, Sylvia Seddig, Mirza Majid Baig, Agim Ballvora, Matthias Frisch, Elizabeth Ross, Ben J. Hayes, Matthew J. Hayden, Frank Ordon, Jens Leon, Henning Kage, Wolfgang Friedt, Hartmut Stützel and Rod J. Snowdon (2019): Breeding improves wheat productivity under contrasting agrochemical input levels. Nat. Plants 5, 706–714, doi: 10.1038/s41477-019-0445-5.
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Hegewald, H., Wensch-Dorendorf, M., Sieling, K., Christen, O. (2018): Impacts of break crops and crop rotations on oilseed rape productivity: A review. European Journal of Agronomy 101, 63-77.
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Ratjen A. M., Lemaire G., Kage H.,Plénet D., Justes E. (2018): Key variables for simulating leaf area and N status: Biomass based relations versus phenology driven approaches. European Journal of Agronomy, doi.org/10.1016/j.eja.2018.04.008
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Webber, H., White, J.W., Kimball, B.A., Ewert, F., Asseng, S., Eyshi Rezaei, E., Pinter, P.J., Hatfield, J.L., Reynolds, M.P., Ababaei, B., Bindi, M., Doltra, J., Ferrise, R., Kage, H., Kassie, B.T., Kersebaum, K.-C., Luig, A., Olesen, J.E., Semenov, M.A., Stratonovitch, P., Ratjen, A.M., LaMorte, R.L., Leavitt, S.W., Hunsaker, D.J., Wall, G.W., und Martre, P. (2018): Physical robustness of canopy temperature models for crop heat stress simulation across environments and production conditions. Field Crops Research, 216, 75-88; doi: 10.1016/j.fcr.2017.11.005

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Rose, T., Nagler, S. und Kage, H. (2017): Yield formation of Central-European winter wheat cultivars on a large scale perspective. European Journal of Agronomy 86, 93-102.
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Sieling, K., Böttcher, U. und Kage, H. (2016): Dry matter partitioning and canopy traits in wheat and barley under varying N supply. European Journal of Agronomy 74, 1-8.
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Sieling, K., Böttcher, U., Kage, H. (2016): Canopy traits in rye, triticale and wheat under varying N supply. Agronomy Research 14, 1467-1485.
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Weymann, W., Sieling, K. und Kage, H. (2016): Organ-specific approaches describing crop growth of winter oilseed rape under optimal and N-limited conditions. Eur. J. Agron. 82(A), 71-79.
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Ratjen, A.M., Neukam, D., Kage, H. (2016): A Simple Drought-Sensitive Model for Leaf : Stem Partitioning of Wheat. J. Agron. Crop Sci. 202, 300–308. doi:10.1111/jac.12165.
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Weymann, W., Böttcher, U., Sieling, K., Kage, H. (2015): Effects of weather conditions during different growth phases on yield formation of winter oilseed rape. Field Crops Research 173, 41-48.

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Ratjen, A. M., Kage H. (2015): Nitrogen-limited light use efficiency in wheat crop simulators: comparing three model approaches. Journal of Agricultural Science, 154(6), 1090-1101, doi:10.1017/S0021859615001082.
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Ratjen, A.M., Kage, H. (2015): Forecasting yield via reference- and scenario calculations. Comput. Electron. Agric. 114, 212-220.
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Heumann, S., Ratjen, A., Kage, H., Böttcher, J. (2014): Estimating net N mineralization under unfertilized winter wheat using simulations with NET N and a balance approach. Nutr Cycl Agroecosyst 99:31-44. doi:10.1007/s10705-014-9616-y
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Sieling, K., Böttcher, U., Kage, H. (2013): Growth stage specific optima for the green area index of winter wheat. Field Crop. Res. 148, 34-42.

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Krupinska, K., Mulisch, M., Hollmann, J., Tokarz, K., Zschiesche, W., Kage, H., Humbeck, K., Bilger, W. (2012): An alternative strategy of dismantling of the chloroplasts during leaf senescence observed in a high-yield variety of barley. Physiologia Plantarum 144:189-200.