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Leaf area spatial distribution in the stand productivity. Leaf area spatial distribution as a radiation distribution factor in a maize stand and stand productivity under conditions of southern Slovakia



Leaf area spatial distribution in the stand productivity. Leaf area spatial distribution as a radiation distribution factor in a maize stand and stand productivity under conditions of southern Slovakia



Rostlinna Vy' roba 22(10): 1053-1064



In a field trial at Trnava in 1972-4, (a) a hybrid with normal leaf canopy (planophile-plagiophile) and (b) the biogenic hybrid containing the lgl gene responsible for leaf erection (erectophile-spherical canopy) were sown at 40 816, 55 556, 80 000 or 101 010 (in 1973-4 only) plants/ha. Av. leaf angle in (a) and (b) was 49.05 deg and 63.84 deg , resp. The percentage of the total radiation absorbed by the canopy increased with increase in plant density and LAI and was higher in (a) than in (b).

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