Year 2011, Volume 14, Issue 1, Pages 16 - 22 2016-07-27

The Effect of Nitrogen Rates on Harmonization Ratio of Bread Wheat Cultivars

Ziya DUMLUPINAR [1] , Rukiye KARA [2] , Merve SEZAL [3] , Leyla İDİKUT [4] , Tevrican DOKUYUCU [5] , Aydın AKKAYA [6]

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The aim of this study was to evaluate the balance (harmonization ratio, HR) between vegetative period (VP) and grain filling period (GFP) based on thermal times for bread wheat cultivars (Seri-82, Genc-99 and Golia), and the effect of nitrogen rates (50, 100, 150, 200 and 250 kg N ha -1) on this balance value. In the experiment, VP, GFP, days to maturity (DM), HR value and grain yield (GY) were evaluated and correlation coefficients were used to determine the relationships between these traits. HR values were significantly different for years, cultivars and nitrogen rates. Between the years, the highest HR value (0.419) and higher GY (7592.5 kg ha-1) were obtained in 2001-02 cropping year compared to 2000-01 cropping year with lower HR value (0.366) and less GY (6584 kg ha-1). Mean HR value was also calculated as 0.393 over all experiment data. However, cultivars were not significantly different for GY, while they were significantly different for HR value. However, both HR values and GY were around the mean values. All investigated traits were increased by nitrogen rates. The highest GY was obtained from 150 kg N ha-1 level with 7402 kg ha-1, at this level HR value was 0.392 and it was almost equal to mean HR value (0.393) which was calculated over all the experiment data. The lowest GY was also obtained from 50 kg N ha-1 level with 6763 kg ha-1 GY, at this level HR was also lowest (0.369). Key Words: wheat, grain filling period, vegetative period, harmonization ratio, grain yield.
Primary Language en
Journal Section Plant Physiology
Authors

Author: Ziya DUMLUPINAR

Author: Rukiye KARA

Author: Merve SEZAL

Author: Leyla İDİKUT

Author: Tevrican DOKUYUCU

Author: Aydın AKKAYA

Bibtex @ { ksudobil243736, journal = {KSÜ Doğa Bilimleri Dergisi}, issn = {}, eissn = {1309-1743}, address = {Kahramanmaras Sutcu Imam University}, year = {2016}, volume = {14}, pages = {16 - 22}, doi = {10.18016/ksujns.73996}, title = {The Effect of Nitrogen Rates on Harmonization Ratio of Bread Wheat Cultivars}, key = {cite}, author = {DUMLUPINAR, Ziya and KARA, Rukiye and SEZAL, Merve and İDİKUT, Leyla and DOKUYUCU, Tevrican and AKKAYA, Aydın} }
APA DUMLUPINAR, Z , KARA, R , SEZAL, M , İDİKUT, L , DOKUYUCU, T , AKKAYA, A . (2016). The Effect of Nitrogen Rates on Harmonization Ratio of Bread Wheat Cultivars. KSÜ Doğa Bilimleri Dergisi, 14 (1), 16-22. Retrieved from http://dergipark.org.tr/ksudobil/issue/22828/243736
MLA DUMLUPINAR, Z , KARA, R , SEZAL, M , İDİKUT, L , DOKUYUCU, T , AKKAYA, A . "The Effect of Nitrogen Rates on Harmonization Ratio of Bread Wheat Cultivars". KSÜ Doğa Bilimleri Dergisi 14 (2016): 16-22 <http://dergipark.org.tr/ksudobil/issue/22828/243736>
Chicago DUMLUPINAR, Z , KARA, R , SEZAL, M , İDİKUT, L , DOKUYUCU, T , AKKAYA, A . "The Effect of Nitrogen Rates on Harmonization Ratio of Bread Wheat Cultivars". KSÜ Doğa Bilimleri Dergisi 14 (2016): 16-22
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ISNAD DUMLUPINAR, Ziya , KARA, Rukiye , SEZAL, Merve , İDİKUT, Leyla , DOKUYUCU, Tevrican , AKKAYA, Aydın . "The Effect of Nitrogen Rates on Harmonization Ratio of Bread Wheat Cultivars". KSÜ Doğa Bilimleri Dergisi 14 / 1 (July 2016): 16-22.