Li-Yong Xie

Li-Yong Xie
Shenyang Agricultural University | SYAU · college of agronomy

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【Objective】 This study was performed to explore the characteristics of ammonia (NH3) volatilization from corn field affected by different fertilization measures, to understand the contribution of different fertilization measures to NH3 emission, and to obtain the localized NH3 emission factors of chemical fertilizer application in Liaohe plain, nor...
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Climate change, a change in the statistical distribution of weather patterns for an extended period, is caused by natural factors such as variations in solar radiation, and human activities. Climate change is expected to affect the frequency, distribution, intensity, and location of extreme events, and thus will affect the sustainability of agricul...
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The global atmospheric CO2 concentration is currently (2012) 393.1 μmol mol(-1), an increase of approximately 42 % over pre-industrial levels. In order to understand the responses of metabolic enzymes to elevated CO2 concentrations, an experiment was conducted using the Free Air CO2 Enrichment (FACE )system. Two conventional japonica rice varieties...
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The responses of high yield and good quality japonica varieties Songjing 9 and Daohuaxiang 2 to elevated CO2 concentration in North China were studied by using FACE experimental system. The soluble sugar content, soluble protein content and total chlorophyll content in flag leaves of rice were measured at late growth stage, rice yield per plot and...
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Crop grain quality is mainly depended on variety's genetic characteristics and environmental conditions, while elevated CO2 concentration in atmosphere, one of the main factors resulting in global climate change, would have a significant effect on crop grain quality. In this paper, the research progress on the effects of CO2 enrichment on rice and...

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