Abteilung Acker- und Pflanzenbau

Redigierte Publikationen zu Ertragsbildungssysteme

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.
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.
Sieling, K., Böttcher, U., Kage, H. (2016): Canopy traits in rye, triticale and wheat under varying N supply. Agronomy Research 14, 1467-1485.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Ratjen, A.M., Kage, H. (2015): Forecasting yield via reference- and scenario calculations. Comput. Electron. Agric. 114, 212-220.
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
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.
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.