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Growth/reflectance model interface for wheat and corresponding model

Gwynn H Suits

Growth/reflectance model interface for wheat and corresponding model

final report

by Gwynn H Suits

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Published by Environmental Research Institute of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English

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  • Remote sensing -- United States

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    StatementGwynn H. Suits, Russell Sieron, Julie Odenweller
    SeriesNASA-CR -- 174230, NASA contractor report -- 174230
    ContributionsSieron, Russell, Odenweller, Julie, Environmental Research Institute of Michigan, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14929163M

    Imperatives to raise wheat productivity. Wheat provides 20% of the calories to the world's population and a similar proportion of daily protein for about billion people in less‐developed countries (Braun, Atlin & Payne ).The future productivity of wheat will arguably have more influence on global food security than that of any other crop because it is the most widely grown, being We describe two importance sampling techniques for a standard Monte Carlo (MC) method that could enable fast simulation of signals from optical coherence tomography (OCT) imaging systems. These OCT signals are generated due to diffusive reflections from either multilayered or arbitrary shaped, turbid media, for example, tissue. Such signals typically consist of ballistic and quasi-ballistic Hessian fly (Mayetiola destructor), a member of the gall midge family, is one of the most destructive pests of wheat (Triticum aestivum) worldwide. Probing of wheat plants by the larvae results in either an incompatible (avirulent larvae, resistant plant) or a compatible (virulent larvae, susceptible plant) interaction. Virulent larvae induce the formation of a nutritive tissue, resembling the


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Growth/reflectance model interface for wheat and corresponding model. A crop growth model was used to predict the day to day growth features of the crop as it responds biologically to the various environmental factors.

A reflectance model was used to predict the character of the interaction of daylight with the predicted growth features Get this from a library. Growth/reflectance model interface for wheat and corresponding model: final report.

[Gwynn H Suits; Russell Sieron; Julie Odenweller; Environmental Research Institute of Michigan.; Growth/reflectance model interface for wheat and corresponding model book States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.] Based on CGMD, this paper carried out studies on monitoring wheat growth indices.

According to the acquired three-band reflectance spectra, the combined indices were constructed by combining different bands, two-band vegetation indices (NDVI, RVI, and DVI), and A validation with in situ measurements of LAI and bidirectional reflectance in the growth cycle of wheat indicated that the improved model provided the best correlation (R2=) among all models The sheet ‘reflectance_Cw_Cm’ is the leaf reflectance over the white background measured from mm to mm for wheat leaves and the corresponding water and dry matter contents from destructive :// Richard G.

Lett, Thomas C. Ruppel, in Encyclopedia of Energy, Reflectance. The reflectance is the proportion of directly incident light, conventionally expressed as a percentage, that is reflected from a plane polished surface, usually under oil-immersion, and under specified conditions of illumination.

The reflectance of coal is rather low and is usually dominated by the vitrinite From reflectance measurements in a black environment Pettibone et al. [55] observed an emissivity increase from to during the growth of a thermal oxide layer of μm on a wafer.

Theoretically, in a black chamber, such an emissivity change should lead to a temperature difference of more than °C, as calculated by the basic correction equation   An integrated model WHCNS (soil Water Heat Carbon Nitrogen Simulator) was developed to assess water and nitrogen (N) management in North China.

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Wheat is the dominant crop in temperate countries being used for human food and livestock feed. Its success depends partly on its adaptability and high yield potential but also on the gluten protein fraction which confers the viscoelastic properties that allow dough to be processed into bread, pasta, noodles, and other food :// Leaf area index (LAI) is an important parameter in monitoring crop growth.

One of the methods for retrieving LAI from remotely sensed observations is through inversion of canopy reflectance models. Many model inversion methods fail to account for variable LAI values at different crop growth stages. In this research, we use the crop growth model to describe the LAI changes with crop growth, and   Finally, a very simple model, directly issued from the expression of the reflectance, was used to estimate the chlorophyll content of wheat leaves (Andrieu et al., ).

Finally, note that the parameter in the generalized plate model, which describes the leaf internal structure, plays a role similar to that of the scattering coefficients in A. elongatum Translocation Introduces a Drought-Adaptive Response in Wheat. We hypothesized that the differences in biomass and yield between the A.

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Schweitzer, F‐ Pessac, France Elements needed for a mechanistic systems model of crop development and growth. (A) The structural (left) and functional (right) module. The structural module includes 3D modelling of each organ, the assembly of a whole plant and plant community, the micro-environment in the canopy and at the rhizosphere; the functional module includes carbon, nutrients and water uptake, assimilation and Carbon to nitrogen ratio is the key factor of wheat growth.

In this paper, the hyperspectral image(HSI)of environment and disaster monitoring and forecasting of small satellite constellation A (HJ-1A) in wheat turning green stage was acquired, and the in-situ wheat canopy spectral reflectance, leaf nitrogen content, leaf sugar content, as well as others physical and chemical parameters of To post social content, you must have a display name.

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The survey generated votes from the international community, and resulted in the generation of a Top 10 fungal plant pathogen list for Molecular Significantly improved crop varieties are urgently needed to feed the rapidly growing human population under changing climates.

While genome sequence information and excellent genomic tools are in place for major crop species, the systematic quantification of phenotypic traits or components thereof in a high-throughput fashion remains an enormous   In whole meals, total carotenoids, determined by HPLC, were about μg/g () and μg/g () calculated on dry weight (dw) and about and μg/g dw in corresponding semolina samples.

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In dicotyledonous plants there are three SPS gene families: A, B, and C. Here we report the finding of five families of SPS genes in wheat (Triticum aestivum) and other monocotyledonous plants from the family Poaceae Since winter wheat is not grown on low-quality soils, only model results from soil data with nFK values >90 mm have been used for the comparison of the observed and predicted winter wheat yields.

For maize, which is usually grown on a big span of soil types, only very poor quality soils with field capacity values below 40 mm have been omitted We have tested the FCD model by using Landsat TM image in an old growth forest of north forest division of India.

The overall accuracy for classified TM image is % and Kappa Coefficient is 0 RhizoVision Crown Hardware.

The RhizoVision Crown hardware platform (Figure 2(a)) is a backlit imaging box designed to produce near binary images, where the background is near white and the foreground (root crown) is a near black silhouette. This is achieved by use of a LED edge lit flat panel light (Anten, 40 watts, K light color) affixed with epoxy to the back of an imaging :// Fertilizer‐N equivalence of applied organic N is poorly predicted, often resulting in overapplication of fertilizer‐N.

Research was conducted for continuous‐corn (Zea mays L.) at an irrigated location in eastern Nebraska with the objective of adapting variable rate in‐season N (ISN) application directed by remote sensing of crop canopy reflectance for manure‐applied ://   Book Description.

The decade since the publication of the third edition of this volume has been an era of great progress in biology in general and the plant sciences in particular. This is especially true with the advancements brought on by the sequencing of whole genomes of model organisms and the development of "omics" :// /Eshel-Beeckman/p/book/ This means that increases in NDVI during the rice-growth period are generally related to the final rice-grain yield.

The influence of NDVI always had a positive impact on yield. These results are consistent with numerous previous studies. Data from to were used for model :// This research finally created a 3D city model at the Level of Detail 2 (LoD2) according to the CityGML standard for the downtown area of Indianapolis (included buildings).The reconstruction achieved % completeness and 96% correctness for seven tested buildings whose roofs were mixed by different shapes of ://   It is worth mentioning that the conductivity values for modeled snow, ice and soil surfaces are considered as mean values of given constant values in Table In surface reflectance domain, the incident signal with the electric field located in the same plane of the interface is called s-polarized (R s) rly, the incident signal which its electric field is placed in a CIMMYT book of abstracts.

(CIMMYT: México, DF) Blackmer TM, Schepers JS, Varvel GE () Light reflectance compared with other nitrogen stress measurements in corn leaves.

Agronomy Jour – Das DK, Mishra KK, Kalra N () Assessing growth and yield of wheat using remotely-sensed canopy temperature and spectral ://   Wheat is the most common agricultural crop in southern Australia and annual ryegrass and brome grass are reportedly the two most common weeds in South Australian wheat fields [].These weeds are highly competitive, competing with the crop plants for nutrients at an early stage of growth and producing a large seed bank and subsequently a high number of weeds at :// Janotta, M.

et al. Direct analysis of oxidizing agents in aqueous solution with attenuated total reflectance mid-infrared spectroscopy and diamond-like carbon protected waveguides.

Anal. Chem. 76   Climate change, including higher temperatures (HT) has a detrimental impact on wheat productivity and modeling studies predict more frequent heat waves in the future.

Wheat growth can be impaired by high daytime and nighttime temperature at any developmental stage, especially during the grain filling stage.

Leaf chlorophyll content, leaf greenness, cell membrane thermostability, and canopy In the present study the effect of solar elevation angle on the spectral response of rice crop was examined under farmer’s field conditions.

The aim of the study is to see if band ratioing can reduce the effect of soiar elevation angle on rice crop spectral response. It was observed that the spectral transformations involving red and near infrared are highly useful in normalizing the effect Predictive modelling of wheat yield from vegetation index time series in Spain: assessing the use of Corine Land Cover and CAP statistics to obtain crop masks Paper Author(s): Miguel Angel Garcia-Perez, Esperanza Sanchez-Rodriguez, Francisco M.

Canero-Reinoso, Victor Rodriguez-Galiano, Univ. de Sevilla (Spain) Zijuan Li #, Meiyue Wang #,Kande Lin #, Yilin Xie #, Jingyu Guo, Luhuan Ye, Yili Zhuang, Wan Teng, Xiaojuan Ran, Yiping Tong, Yongbiao Xue, Wenli Zhang *, Yijing Zhang * () The bread wheat epigenomic map reveals distinct chromatin architectural and evolutionary features of functional genetic elements, Genome Biology, 20(1) note: #Co-first author; *Corresponding author ; PI's name is shown in bold 1.

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Determine the quality traits needed for development of new uses and markets for hard red spring and durum ://The Journal of Applied Remote Sensing (JARS) is an online journal that optimizes the communication of concepts, information, and progress within the remote sensing community to improve the societal benefit for monitoring and management of natural disasters, weather forecasting, agricultural and urban land-use planning, environmental quality monitoring, ecological restoration, and numerous   A Model For The Absorption Of Thermal Radiation By Gold-Black Brendan R.

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