Eurasian Journal of Soil Science

Volume 4, Issue 3, Jul 2015, Pages 178 - 184
DOI: 10.18393/ejss.2015.3.178-184
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Predicting the yield and quality of winter wheat grown on calcareous chernozem in the lower Don Region

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Biryukova,O., Elnikov,I., Bozhkov,D., Minkina,T., 2015. Predicting the yield and quality of winter wheat grown on calcareous chernozem in the lower Don Region. Eurasian J Soil Sci 4(3):178 - 184. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2015.3.178-184
Biryukova,O.,Elnikov,I.Bozhkov,D.,& Minkina,T. Predicting the yield and quality of winter wheat grown on calcareous chernozem in the lower Don Region Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2015.3.178-184
Biryukova,O.,Elnikov,I.Bozhkov,D., and ,Minkina,T."Predicting the yield and quality of winter wheat grown on calcareous chernozem in the lower Don Region" Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2015.3.178-184
Biryukova,O.,Elnikov,I.Bozhkov,D., and ,Minkina,T. "Predicting the yield and quality of winter wheat grown on calcareous chernozem in the lower Don Region" Eurasian Journal of Soil Science, DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2015.3.178-184
O,Biryukova.I,Elnikov.D,Bozhkov.T,Minkina "Predicting the yield and quality of winter wheat grown on calcareous chernozem in the lower Don Region" Eurasian J. Soil Sci, vol., no., pp., DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2015.3.178-184
Biryukova,Olga ;Elnikov,Ivan ;Bozhkov,Dmitry ;Minkina,Tatiana Predicting the yield and quality of winter wheat grown on calcareous chernozem in the lower Don Region. Eurasian Journal of Soil Science,. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2015.3.178-184

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Biryukova, O., Elnikov, I., Bozhkov, D., Minkina, T., 2015. Predicting the yield and quality of winter wheat grown on calcareous chernozem in the lower Don Region. Eurasian J. Soil Sci. 4(3): 178 - 184. DOI : 10.18393/ejss.2015.3.178-184

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Olga Biryukova , Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
Ivan Elnikov , Soil Institute named after V.V. Dokuchayev, Moscow, Russia
Dmitry Bozhkov , Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
Tatiana Minkina , Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia

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Issue published online: 01 Jul 2015
Article first published online : 22 Feb 2015
Manuscript Accepted : 19 Feb 2015
Manuscript Received: 15 Jul 2014
DOI: 10.18393/ejss.2015.3.178-184
Stable URL: http://ejss.fesss.org/10.18393/ejss.2015.3.178-184

Abstract

Long-term studies have revealed a system of indicators for predicting the yield of winter wheat grown on a calcareous chernozem. It has been established that the prediction and integrated assessment of the yield and quality of grain should be performed with consideration for the balance of macro- and micronutrients in the grain and the above-ground biomass of plants. It has been shown that the contents of protein and gluten in winter wheat grain are mainly determined by the supply of plants with nitrogen and its balance with Mn, Р, Fe, Zn, and K. Possibility of predicting the contents of macro- and micronutrients in wheat grain from the chemical composition of plants at the shooting stage has been revealed.

Keywords

Chernozem, winter wheat, plant chemical composition, protein, gluten, multinutrient diagnostics, pla

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References

Ames, N.P., Clarke, J.M., Dexter, J.E., Woods, S.M., Selles, F., Marchylo, B., 2003. Effects of nitrogen fertilizer on protein quantity and gluten strength parameters in wheat cultivars of variable gluten strength. Cereal Chemistry 80(2): 203-211.

Anonymous, 1983. Energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence analysis of plants: Methodological recommendations. Pochv. Inst. im. Dokuchaeva, Moscow (in Russian).

Anonymous, 1989. Methodological recommendations on the regulation of macro- and micronutrient ratios in plants according to the ISOD system. RASKHN, Moscow (in Russian).

Biryukova, O.A., Lanina, M.F., Lanin, I.I., 2005. Diagnostics of the grain quality of winter wheat grown on calcareous ordinary chernozem. In: Collection of articles of the Faculty of Biology and Soil Science, Rostov State University, Rostizdat, Rostov-on-Don, pp 25–29.

Bityutskii, N.P., 1999. Microelements and the plant, SPbU, St. Petersburg (in Russian).

El’nikov, I.I., 2002. Balance of the mineral nutrition of plants on different soils. In: Soils of the Moscow oblast and their use, Moscow, 1: 439–481.

El’nikov, I.I., Biryukova, O.A., 2011. Diagnostics of winter wheat grain quality on calcareous chernozem. Probl Agrokhim Ecol. 4: 20–24.

El’nikov, I.I., Savvinova, E.N., 2006. Effective fertility of agrosoddy-podzolic soils after the long-term aftereffect of mineral and organic fertilizers. In: Problems of soil science: Transactions of the Dokuchaev Soil Science Institute, Moscow, pp 258–280 (in Russian).

GOST 10846-91 Grain and products of its processing. Method for determination of protein.

GOST 10987-76 Grain. Methods of determination of hardness.

GOST 13586.1-68 Grain. Methods of determination of the quantity and quality of gluten in wheat.

Gritsenko, A.A. 1974. Effect of fertilizers and weather on the content of protein in the Bezostaya 1 winter wheat grain. Agricultural Chemistry 10: 50–54.

Mineev, V.G., 2005. Selected works: Collection of articles in 2 parts, MGU, Moscow (in Russian).

Mineev, V.G., Pavlov, A.N., 1981. Agrochemical fundamentals of improving the wheat grain quality, Kolos, Moscow (in Russian).

Mineeva, V.G., 2001. Workshop on Agricultural Chemistry: Textbook. Moscow State University, Moscow.

Mohammed, Y.A., Kelly, J., Chim, B.K., Rutto, E., Waldschmidt, K., Mullock, J., Torres, G., Desta, K.G., Raun, W., 2013, Nitrogen fertilizer management for improved grain quality and yield in winter wheat in Oklahoma. Journal of Plant Nutrition 36, 749–761.

Su, Z., Hao, C., Wang, L., Dong, Y., Zhang, X., 2011. Identification and development of a functional marker of TaGW2 associated with grain weight in bread wheat (Triticumaesttvum L.). Theoretical and Applied Genetics 122: 211-223.

Zhiznevskaya, G.Ya., 1972. Copper, molybdenum, and iron in the nitrogen exchange of leguminous plants, Nauka, Moscow (in Russian).

Abstract
Long-term studies have revealed a system of indicators for predicting the yield of winter wheat grown on a calcareous chernozem. It has been established that the prediction and integrated assessment of the yield and quality of grain should be performed with consideration for the balance of macro- and micronutrients in the grain and the above-ground biomass of plants. It has been shown that the contents of protein and gluten in winter wheat grain are mainly determined by the supply of plants with nitrogen and its balance with Mn, Р, Fe, Zn, and K. Possibility of predicting the contents of macro- and micronutrients in wheat grain from the chemical composition of plants at the shooting stage has been revealed.

Keywords: Chernozem, winter wheat, plant chemical composition, protein, gluten, multinutrient diagnostics, plant nutrition balance

References

Ames, N.P., Clarke, J.M., Dexter, J.E., Woods, S.M., Selles, F., Marchylo, B., 2003. Effects of nitrogen fertilizer on protein quantity and gluten strength parameters in wheat cultivars of variable gluten strength. Cereal Chemistry 80(2): 203-211.

Anonymous, 1983. Energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence analysis of plants: Methodological recommendations. Pochv. Inst. im. Dokuchaeva, Moscow (in Russian).

Anonymous, 1989. Methodological recommendations on the regulation of macro- and micronutrient ratios in plants according to the ISOD system. RASKHN, Moscow (in Russian).

Biryukova, O.A., Lanina, M.F., Lanin, I.I., 2005. Diagnostics of the grain quality of winter wheat grown on calcareous ordinary chernozem. In: Collection of articles of the Faculty of Biology and Soil Science, Rostov State University, Rostizdat, Rostov-on-Don, pp 25–29.

Bityutskii, N.P., 1999. Microelements and the plant, SPbU, St. Petersburg (in Russian).

El’nikov, I.I., 2002. Balance of the mineral nutrition of plants on different soils. In: Soils of the Moscow oblast and their use, Moscow, 1: 439–481.

El’nikov, I.I., Biryukova, O.A., 2011. Diagnostics of winter wheat grain quality on calcareous chernozem. Probl Agrokhim Ecol. 4: 20–24.

El’nikov, I.I., Savvinova, E.N., 2006. Effective fertility of agrosoddy-podzolic soils after the long-term aftereffect of mineral and organic fertilizers. In: Problems of soil science: Transactions of the Dokuchaev Soil Science Institute, Moscow, pp 258–280 (in Russian).

GOST 10846-91 Grain and products of its processing. Method for determination of protein.

GOST 10987-76 Grain. Methods of determination of hardness.

GOST 13586.1-68 Grain. Methods of determination of the quantity and quality of gluten in wheat.

Gritsenko, A.A. 1974. Effect of fertilizers and weather on the content of protein in the Bezostaya 1 winter wheat grain. Agricultural Chemistry 10: 50–54.

Mineev, V.G., 2005. Selected works: Collection of articles in 2 parts, MGU, Moscow (in Russian).

Mineev, V.G., Pavlov, A.N., 1981. Agrochemical fundamentals of improving the wheat grain quality, Kolos, Moscow (in Russian).

Mineeva, V.G., 2001. Workshop on Agricultural Chemistry: Textbook. Moscow State University, Moscow.

Mohammed, Y.A., Kelly, J., Chim, B.K., Rutto, E., Waldschmidt, K., Mullock, J., Torres, G., Desta, K.G., Raun, W., 2013, Nitrogen fertilizer management for improved grain quality and yield in winter wheat in Oklahoma. Journal of Plant Nutrition 36, 749–761.

Su, Z., Hao, C., Wang, L., Dong, Y., Zhang, X., 2011. Identification and development of a functional marker of TaGW2 associated with grain weight in bread wheat (Triticumaesttvum L.). Theoretical and Applied Genetics 122: 211-223.

Zhiznevskaya, G.Ya., 1972. Copper, molybdenum, and iron in the nitrogen exchange of leguminous plants, Nauka, Moscow (in Russian).



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