Lixiao Nie focuses on Agronomy, Cultivar, Panicle, Horticulture and Abscisic acid. His Crop yield, Grain yield and Seedling study in the realm of Agronomy interacts with subjects such as Yield. Lixiao Nie studied Seedling and Shoot that intersect with Priming, Germination, Sucrose synthase activity, Sucrose synthase and Sucrose-phosphate synthase.
His Panicle research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Upland rice, Yield, Water productivity and Seeding. His Sowing study, which is part of a larger body of work in Horticulture, is frequently linked to Temperature stress, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Abscisic acid research includes themes of Gibberellin, Hormone, Anther dehiscence and Abiotic stress.
His primary scientific interests are in Agronomy, Sowing, Panicle, Cultivar and Horticulture. His is involved in several facets of Agronomy study, as is seen by his studies on Grain yield, Yield, Crop yield, Seeding and Crop. Lixiao Nie has researched Sowing in several fields, including Waterlogging, Irrigation, Dry weight, Cropping system and Seedling.
His work focuses on many connections between Panicle and other disciplines, such as Biomass, that overlap with his field of interest in Soil fertility. His study in Cultivar is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Japonica, Canopy and Fertilizer. His Horticulture study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sterility, Oryza sativa, Pollen and Starch.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Agronomy, Panicle, Sowing, Horticulture and Cultivar. He undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Agronomy and Central china in his work. The various areas that he examines in his Sowing study include Waterlogging and Irrigation.
His work on Germination as part of general Horticulture research is frequently linked to Bacillus safensis, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His study explores the link between Germination and topics such as Seedling that cross with problems in Oryza, Randomized block design and Super oxide dismutase. His work in Cultivar addresses issues such as Canopy, which are connected to fields such as Dry matter.
Lixiao Nie spends much of his time researching Agronomy, Grain yield, Panicle, Germination and Sowing. When carried out as part of a general Agronomy research project, his work on Crop yield and Control treatment is frequently linked to work in Greenhouse gas and Mathematics, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His Grain yield research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Cultivar, Yield, Leaf area index, Dry weight and Inbred strain.
His Cultivar research integrates issues from Biomass, Canopy, Dry matter and Pollen. The concepts of his Germination study are interwoven with issues in Oryza sativa, Starch and Longevity. His work carried out in the field of Sowing brings together such families of science as Waterlogging, Weed, Crop, Irrigation and Weedy rice.
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Impact of high-temperature stress on rice plant and its traits related to tolerance
F. Shah;J. Huang;K. Cui;L. Nie.
The Journal of Agricultural Science (2011)
Comparison between aerobic and flooded rice in the tropics: Agronomic performance in an eight-season experiment
Shaobing Peng;Bas Bouman;Romeo M. Visperas;Ambrocio Castañeda.
Field Crops Research (2006)
Agronomic performance of high-yielding rice variety grown under alternate wetting and drying irrigation
Fengxian Yao;Jianliang Huang;Kehui Cui;Lixiao Nie.
Field Crops Research (2012)
Drought stress condition increases root to shoot ratio via alteration of carbohydrate partitioning and enzymatic activity in rice seedlings
Wei Xu;Kehui Cui;Aihui Xu;Lixiao Nie.
Acta Physiologiae Plantarum (2015)
Crop Plant Hormones and Environmental Stress
Shah Fahad;Lixiao Nie;Yutiao Chen;Chao Wu.
Dry direct-seeded rice as an alternative to transplanted-flooded rice in Central China
Hongyan Liu;Saddam Hussain;Manman Zheng;Shaobing Peng.
Agronomy for Sustainable Development (2015)
Physiological and Biochemical Mechanisms of Seed Priming-Induced Chilling Tolerance in Rice Cultivars
Saddam Hussain;Fahad Khan;Hafiz A. Hussain;Lixiao Nie;Lixiao Nie.
Frontiers in Plant Science (2016)
Rice management interventions to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions: a review
Saddam Hussain;Shaobing Peng;Shah Fahad;Abdul Khaliq.
Environmental Science and Pollution Research (2015)
Seed priming in dry direct-seeded rice: consequences for emergence, seedling growth and associated metabolic events under drought stress
Manman Zheng;Ye Tao;Saddam Hussain;Qingwei Jiang.
Plant Growth Regulation (2016)
Benefits of rice seed priming are offset permanently by prolonged storage and the storage conditions
Saddam Hussain;Manman Zheng;Fahad Khan;Abdul Khaliq.
Scientific Reports (2015)
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