Simple model for simulating heat induced sterility in rice as a function of flowering time and transpirational cooling

Submitted by pepijn.vanoort on Mon, 09/08/2014 - 10:24
General
Name
Simple model for simulating heat induced sterility in rice as a function of flowering time and transpirational cooling
Program type
Simple model for simulating heat induced sterility in rice as a function of flowering time and transpirational cooling
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Description

A simple model for simulating heat induced sterility in rice as a function of flowering time and transpirational cooling.

This model has been published as:

Van Oort, P.A.J., Saito, K., Zwart, S.J., Shrestha, S., 2014. A simple model for simulating heat induced sterility in rice as a function of flowering time and transpirational cooling. Field Crops Research 156(1): 303-312. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.fcr.2013.11.007

 

Scale of application
field
Spatial resolution
macro / field
Key outputs

Simulated heat sterility in rice

Time horizon
days
Time step of modeling
hour
Required to run

Microsoft Excell

Required to develop

Microsoft Excell

Database I/O
NA
Applications & Use
  1. quantifying heat sterility risks
  2. Cropping calendar optimisation
Author(s)
Pepijn van Oort
Address
Wageningen University / AfricaRice