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Genetic Differentiation of Winter Wheat Populations Following Exposure to Two Management Systems in Early Inbreeding Generation
Rima Thapa, Brett F. Carver, Gerald W. Horn and Carla L. Goad, Crop Sci 50:591-601 (2010)
ABSTRACT:
Producers in the southern Great Plains usually dedicate fields of winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) to a grain-only (GO) management system or one that incorporates grazing preceding grain harvest (dual-purpose or DP system). ...more

Breeding Winter Wheat for a Dual-purpose Management System
B.F. Carver, I. Khalil, E.G. Krenzer, Jr. & C.T. MacKown
ABSTRACT:
Breeders attempt to conduct selection under environmental conditions representative of the target environment. ...more

Genetic Trends in Winter Wheat Yield and Test Weight under Dual-Purpose and Grain-Only Management Systems
Iftikhar H. Khalil, Brett F. Carver, Eugene G. Krenzer, Charles T. MacKown and Gerald W. Horn
ABSTRACT:
Hard winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) grain harvested from a dual-purpose (forage plus grain) crop is often perceived by users to have inferior end-use quality compared with that of a grain-only crop. ...more

Genetic Trends in Winter Wheat Grain Quality with Dual-Purpose and Grain-Only Management Systems
Iftikhar H. Khalil, Brett F. Carver, Eugene G. Krenzer, Charles T. MacKown, Gerald W. Horn and Patricia Rayas-Duarte
ABSTRACT:
Hard winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) grain harvested from a dual-purpose (forage plus grain) crop is often perceived by users to have inferior end-use quality compared with that of a grain-only crop. ...more

Fall Forage Biomass and Nitrogen Composition of Winter Wheat Populations Selected from Grain-Only and Dual-Purpose Environments
Charles T. MacKown, and Brett F. Carver
ABSTRACT:
Winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) is the foundation of many agricultural enterprises in the southern Great Plains and is grown primarily as either a grain-only (GO) or a dual-purpose (DP, grazing plus grain) crop. ...more

Nitrogen Use and Biomass Distribution in Culms of Winter Wheat Populations Selected from Grain-Only and Dual-Purpose Systems

Charles T. MacKown, and Brett F. Carver
ABSTRACT:
Beginning in late fall and ending at jointing in early spring, winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) crops in the southern Great Plains are often grazed by stocker cattle (Bos taurus L.) and then harvested for grain. ...more