Mr Michael Zerner
|2017||Porker, K., Zerner, M. & Cozzolino, D. (2017). Classification and Authentication of Barley (Hordeum vulgare) Malt Varieties: Combining Attenuated Total Reflectance Mid-infrared Spectroscopy with Chemometrics. Food Analytical Methods, 10, 3, 675-682.
|2016||Zerner, M., Rebetzke, G. & Gill, G. (2016). Genotypic stability of weed competitive ability for bread wheat (Triticum aestivum) genotypes in multiple environments. Crop and Pasture Science, 67, 7, 695-702.
|2008||Zerner, M., Gill, G. & Vandeleur, R. (2008). Effect of height on the competitive ability of wheat with oats. Agronomy Journal, 100, 6, 1729-1734.
|2017||Ferrante, A., Zerner, M., Leske, B., Biddulph, B. & March, T. (2017). Differences in yield physiology in wheat cultivars grown under frost-prone field conditions in Southern Australia. The 18th Australian Agronomy Conference. Ballarat, Victoria, Australia.|
|2015||Zerner, M. C., March, T., Eglinton, J. & Biddulph, B. (2015). Use of chemical protective products to change the ability of wheat to tolerate frost. 17th Australian Society of Agronomy Conference. Hobart, Australia.|
|2010||Zerner, M. C. & Gill, G. S. (2010). Stability of competitive ability in wheat genotypes across different weed species. 15th Agronomy Conference 2010. H. Dove & R. A. Culvenor (Eds.) Lincoln, New Zealand.|
|2008||Zerner, M. C., Gill, G. S. & Rebetzke, G. (2008). Selection of wheat for high early vigour. 14th Agronomy Conference 2008. M. Unkovich (Ed.) Adelaide.|
|2008||Zerner, M. C., Gill, G. S. & Rebetzke, G. J. (2008). Breeding for improvement in weed competitive ability in bread wheat. 16th Australian Weeds Conference. R. D. van Klinken, V. A. Osten, F. D. Panetta & J. C. Scanlan (Eds.) Cairns.|
|2006||Zerner, M. C. & Gill, G. S. (2006). Effect of grain size on the competitive ability of wheat. Australian Society of Agronomy Conference. N. Turner & T. Acuna (Eds.) Perth.|
GRDC - DAW00241 Farming Systems to improve crop tolerance to frost
SAGIT - UA316 New field-based tools to rapidly assess crop nitrogen and stress status
School of Agriculture, Food and Wine