Xiaoxia Ling

Xiaoxia Ling
Huazhong Agricultural University | HZAU · College of Plant Sciences and Technology

Ph.D

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Identifying an energy-efficient system with low energy use, low global warming potential (GWP), and high profitability is essential for ensuring the sustainability of the agro-environment. Given the global importance of China’s rice production, this study determines energy, environmental, and economic performances of transplanted (TPR) and direct-s...
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Rice production is transitioning from a transplanted system to a direct‐seeded system, and researchers aim to use current calibrations if possible. However, the ORYZA model calibrated for the transplanted rice has not been tested and validated for direct‐seeded rice. This study evaluated the transferability and predictability of ORYZA (v3) in estim...
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Identifying an energy-efficient system with low energy use, low global warming potential (GWP), and high profitability is essential for ensuring the sustainability of the agro-environment. Given the global importance of China’s rice production, this study determines energy, environmental, and economic performances of transplanted (TPR) and direct-s...
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The middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River (MLYR) plain represent the second-largest wheat producing area in China; the winter wheat-rice system is one of the main planting systems in this region. The use of the agricultural production system simulator (APSIM)-wheat model to simulate wheat production potential and evaluate the impact of futu...
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Background: Climate change has posed great challenges to rice production. Temperature and solar radiation show significant variations in central China. This study aims to analyze the responses of different rice genotypes to the variations of temperature and solar radiation in central China, and to find the way for identifying the optimal sowing da...
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Ratoon rice (RR) is one of the cropping systems with the potential to increase rice production with high resource use efficiency. So far, there has been limited information in the literature on the simulation of the dynamic biomass production of the ratoon crop (RC) in the RR system. ORYZA series models have been widely applied in rice modelling wo...
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Global warming is one of the biggest challenges for improving the productivity of rice crops in the future. In this study, a meta-analysis and a dose-response analysis were conducted with data collected from 95 publications to study the differential responses of physiological traits, yield components, and grain quality to high day and night tempera...
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Information on maximum grain yield and its attributes are limited for double-season rice crop grown under the subtropical environment. This study was conducted to examine key characteristics associated with high yielding double-season rice crop through a comparison between an integrated crop management (ICM) and farmers’ practice (FP). Field experi...
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Crop yields are largely influenced by air temperature and solar radiation, but the individual effects of these weather variables are difficult to distinguish because they are often not independent. Here, we demonstrate a large effect of temperature on rice grain yield when solar radiation and crop growth duration were not confounding factors for ex...
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Chlorophyll meters are widely used to guide nitrogen (N) management by monitoring leaf N status in agricultural systems, but the effects of environmental factors and leaf characteristics on leaf N estimations are still unclear. In the present study, we estimated the relationships among SPAD readings, chlorophyll content and leaf N content per leaf...
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To determine whether variations in high-temperature (HT) tolerance in three rice (Oryza sativa L.) cultivars and two N treatments are related to leaf transpiration rate (E), and whether the involvement of nonstructural carbohydrates (NSC) in HT tolerance is related to E, a pot experiment supplied with two N levels (low N, 0.077 g urea kg(-1) soil;...

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