Shaobing Peng spends much of his time researching Agronomy, Oryza sativa, Panicle, Cultivar and Poaceae. His work on Crop, Fertilizer and Yield as part of general Agronomy study is frequently linked to Mathematics, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Oryza sativa study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Tropics, Auxin and Botany, Plant physiology.
His study focuses on the intersection of Panicle and fields such as Heterosis with connections in the field of Japonica and Ideotype. The study incorporates disciplines such as Subtropics and Upland rice in addition to Cultivar. His Poaceae study incorporates themes from Chlorophyll, Horticulture, Molecular marker, Zeatin and Genetic marker.
His main research concerns Agronomy, Oryza sativa, Cultivar, Panicle and Horticulture. His Agronomy research focuses on Yield, Crop, Crop yield, Fertilizer and Grain yield. His study looks at the relationship between Oryza sativa and fields such as Dry season, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
His work carried out in the field of Cultivar brings together such families of science as Subtropics, Tropics, Leaf area index and Wet season. His Panicle research incorporates themes from Dry matter, Hybrid, Heterosis, Biomass and Ideotype. Shaobing Peng has included themes like Pollen and Stomatal conductance in his Horticulture study.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Agronomy, Horticulture, Oryza sativa, Panicle and Yield. His study in Agronomy focuses on Cultivar, Grain yield, Fertilizer, Dry weight and Seeding. His Horticulture research incorporates elements of Starch, Pollen, Chromosomal translocation and Stomatal conductance.
His work deals with themes such as Photosynthesis, Biomass, Limiting factor, Germination and Chloroplast, which intersect with Oryza sativa. The concepts of his Panicle study are interwoven with issues in Fertility and Stamen. His study in Yield is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Tropical Asia, Genotype and Crop.
Shaobing Peng mainly focuses on Agronomy, Cultivar, Oryza sativa, Dry weight and Yield. He has researched Agronomy in several fields, including Rotation system, Soil carbon and Canopy. His Cultivar study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Fertilizer, Osmotic pressure and Soil salinity.
Shaobing Peng interconnects Photosynthesis, Botany, Salinity, Osmotic shock and Chloroplast in the investigation of issues within Oryza sativa. He usually deals with Dry weight and limits it to topics linked to Crop and Sowing, Seeding, Regeneration and Thinning. The Panicle study which covers Chromosomal translocation that intersects with Horticulture.
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Yield and water use of irrigated tropical aerobic rice systems
B.A.M. Bouman;S. Peng;A.R. Castañeda;R.M. Visperas.
Agricultural Water Management (2005)
Yield Potential Trends of Tropical Rice since the Release of IR8 and the Challenge of Increasing Rice Yield Potential
S. Peng;Kenneth G. Cassman;S. S. Virmani;J. Sheehy.
Crop Science (1999)
Opportunities for increased nitrogen-use efficiency from improved resource management in irrigated rice systems
K.G. Cassman;S. Peng;D.C. Olk;J.K. Ladha.
Field Crops Research (1998)
INCREASED N-USE EFFICIENCY USING A CHLOROPHYLL METER ON HIGH-YIELDING IRRIGATED RICE
S. Peng;F.V. Garcia;R.C. Laza;A.L. Sanico.
Field Crops Research (1996)
Adjustment for Specific Leaf Weight Improves Chlorophyll Meter's Estimate of Rice Leaf Nitrogen Concentration
Shaobing Peng;Felipe V. García;Rebecca C. Laza;Kenneth G. Cassman.
Agronomy Journal (1993)
Estimating crop yield potential at regional to national scales
Justin van Wart;K. Christian Kersebaum;Shaobing Peng;Maribeth Milner.
Field Crops Research (2013)
Challenge and Opportunity in Improving Fertilizer-nitrogen Use Efficiency of Irrigated Rice in China
Shao-Bing Peng;Jian-Liang Huang;Xu-Hua Zhong;Jian-Chang Yang.
Agricultural Sciences in China (2002)
COMPARISON OF HIGH-YIELD RICE IN TROPICAL AND SUBTROPICAL ENVIRONMENTS. I.DETERMINANTS OF GRAIN AND DRY MATTER YIELDS
Jifeng Ying;Shaobing Peng;Qingrui He;Hong Yang.
Field Crops Research (1998)
Grain yield of rice cultivars and lines developed in the Philippines since 1966
S. Peng;R. C. Laza;R. M. Visperas;A. L. Sanico.
Crop Science (2000)
Trends of climatic potential and on-farm yields of rice and wheat in the Indo-Gangetic Plains
H Pathak;J.K Ladha;P.K Aggarwal;S Peng.
Field Crops Research (2003)
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