Luiz Tadeu Jordão

Luiz Tadeu Jordão
São Paulo State University | Unesp · Department of Crop Science

Master of Science

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Maize (Zea mays L.) intercropping with forage plants has been adopted with the main goal of promoting benefits on soil physical properties. However, a better understanding of soil chemical attributes and crops nutrition under this system is still necessary. The objective was to verify whether intercropping maize with Urochloa ruziziensis, a tropica...
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To date, there have been no studies demonstrating the influence of sulfur (S) on the cadmium (Cd) uptake kinetics, which limits the understanding of mechanisms involved in the uptake of this element. Therefore, this study was carried out in order to quantify the contribution of symplastic and apoplastic uptakes of Cd (0.1 and 0.5 mmol L(-1)) by Mas...
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Despite the national fertilizer market increasingly present innovations, the poor product positioning with Ca and Mg prevents the improvement and balance of soil fertility conditions in soybean producing regions. This study aimed to evaluate the effect of surface application of sources with calcium and magnesium over the soil chemical attributes, g...
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Soybean plant establishment relies on several factors and may influence the final yield. One of them that should be managed by farmers in tropical regions, such as Brazil, is the preceding crop, which can provide different mulch and affect soil structure. The aim of this research was to evaluate previous cropping systems associated with nitrogen (N...
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Nitrogen (N) fertilization is essential for maintaining high yield in tropical maize. However, determining the better way to fertilize remains a challenge in systems with intercropped forages. It is important to consider the changes in the nutritional requirement that these integrated systems promote. Moreover, in a short term the vigorous root sys...
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We aimed to evaluate soybean yield after fall/winter cropping systems associated to contrasting conditions of nitrogen availability. The experiment was performed under field conditions in a distroferric Red Nitisol of Itambe, Parana, Brazil, in 2014/2015 and 2015/2016 seasons. The experimental design was a 7x2 split-plot in randomized blocks with 4...
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The mean yield of soybean in Brazil did not increase significantly in the last few years. One of the reasons is the occurrence of periods of hydric deficit, which limits the efficiency of photosynthesis (stomatal closure), the nutrient transport to the roots and the mobilization of these minerals and photosynthates throughout the plant. Thus, strat...
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Soil surface cover is an essential characteristic on established no-till systems. It prevents water runoff and soil erosion, also improving nutrient recycle, organic matter accumulation and weed control. We aimed to assess the remaining dry matter on soil surface before sowing soybean and estimate the percentage of soil cover of previous cropping s...
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Maize phenotyping is essential for plant breeding selection or improving field management practices. However, the increasing intensity, complexity and cost of inbred or hybrid trials when the phenotyping trait emphasis goes beyond grain yield alone has become a large obstacle for plant breeding companies. Non-destructive sampling methods are always...

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