The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Agronomy, Botany, Photosynthesis, Cultivar and Nutrient. Grain quality is the focus of his Agronomy research. His Grain quality research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Amylose and Carbon dioxide.
His Botany research incorporates elements of Oryza sativa and Horticulture. His studies deal with areas such as Crop, Animal science and Sowing as well as Cultivar. Saman Seneweera combines subjects such as Phytic acid, Human nutrition, Zinc deficiency and Iron deficiency with his study of Animal science.
His primary areas of investigation include Agronomy, Photosynthesis, Carbon dioxide, Cultivar and Horticulture. His Agronomy research incorporates themes from Nutrient and Animal science. His study looks at the relationship between Photosynthesis and topics such as Acclimatization, which overlap with Photosynthetic capacity and Biomass.
His research in Carbon dioxide intersects with topics in Food science and Antioxidant. Many of his research projects under Cultivar are closely connected to Biochar with Biochar, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. Saman Seneweera has included themes like Tiller, Poaceae, Botany and Flowering time in his Horticulture study.
His primary scientific interests are in Agronomy, Photosynthesis, Cultivar, Food science and Phytic acid. His studies in Agronomy integrate themes in fields like Agroecosystem and Food security. His Photosynthesis research integrates issues from Molecular breeding and Agriculture, Green Revolution.
His Cultivar study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Carbon dioxide and Antioxidant, Flavonoid. His Carbon dioxide study combines topics in areas such as High-performance liquid chromatography, Polyphenol, Fragaria and Shoot biomass. Saman Seneweera interconnects Biofortification, Gene expression and Plant breeding in the investigation of issues within Phytic acid.
His primary areas of study are Food science, Phytic acid, Oryza sativa, Oryza and Biofortification. His work carried out in the field of Food science brings together such families of science as Polyphenol, Antioxidant, Flavonoid, High-performance liquid chromatography and Carbon dioxide. His Phytic acid study often links to related topics such as Regulation of gene expression.
His Oryza sativa research includes elements of Toxicology and Rainwater harvesting. The study incorporates disciplines such as Quantitative trait locus and Gene expression in addition to Oryza. His Biofortification research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Chromosomal region and Plant breeding.
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Increasing CO2 threatens human nutrition.
Samuel S. Myers;Antonella Zanobetti;Itai Kloog;Peter Huybers.
Influence of Rising Atmospheric CO2 Concentrations and Temperature on Growth, Yield and Grain Quality of Cereal Crops
JP Conroy;S Seneweera;AS Basra;G Rogers.
Australian Journal of Plant Physiology (1994)
Carbon dioxide (CO2) levels this century will alter the protein, micronutrients, and vitamin content of rice grains with potential health consequences for the poorest rice-dependent countries.
Chunwu Zhu;Kazuhiko Kobayashi;Irakli Loladze;Jianguo Zhu.
Science Advances (2018)
Arsenic speciation dynamics in paddy rice soil-water environment: sources, physico-chemical, and biological factors - A review.
Prasanna Kumarathilaka;Saman Seneweera;Andrew Meharg;Jochen Bundschuh.
Water Research (2018)
Elevated atmospheric [CO2] can dramatically increase wheat yields in semi‐arid environments and buffer against heat waves
Glenn J. Fitzgerald;Michael Tausz;Garry O'Leary;Mahabubur R. Mollah.
Global Change Biology (2016)
Growth, grain yield and quality of rice (Oryza sativa L.) in response to elevated CO2 and phosphorus nutrition
Saman P. Seneweera;Jann P. Conroy.
Soil Science and Plant Nutrition (1997)
Changes in source-sink relations during development influence photosynthetic acclimation of rice to free air CO2 enrichment (FACE).
Saman P. Seneweera;Oula Ghannoum;Jann P. Conroy;Ken Ishimaru.
Functional Plant Biology (2002)
Improving yield potential in crops under elevated CO2: Integrating the photosynthetic and nitrogen utilization efficiencies
Surya Kant;Saman Seneweera;Joakim Rodin;Michael Materne.
Frontiers in Plant Science (2012)
Understanding crop physiology to select breeding targets and improve crop management under increasing atmospheric CO2 concentrations
Michael Tausz;Sabine Tausz-Posch;Robert M. Norton;Glenn J. Fitzgerald.
Environmental and Experimental Botany (2013)
Effects of elevated carbon dioxide on photosynthesis and carbon partitioning: a perspective on root sugar sensing and hormonal crosstalk
Michael Thompson;Dananjali Gamage;Naoki Hirotsu;Naoki Hirotsu;Anke Martin.
Frontiers in Physiology (2017)
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