John Hambin
John Hambin
Adjunct Professor, Institute of Agriculture, University of Western Australia
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Theoretical Aspects of Selection for Yield in Stress and Non‐Stress Environment1
AA Rosielle, J Hamblin
Crop science 21 (6), 943-946, 1981
The biological yield and harvest index of cereals as agronomic and plant breeding criteria
CM Donald, J Hamblin
Advances in agronomy 28, 361-405, 1976
Lupins as crop plants.
JS Gladstones
Possible Role of Phytohaemagglutinin in Phaseolus vulgaris L.
J Hamblin, SP Kent
Nature New Biology 245 (140), 28-30, 1973
The convergent evolution of annual seed crops in agriculture
CM Donald, J Hamblin
Advances in agronomy 36, 97-143, 1983
Relationship between barley grain yield measured in low-and high-yielding environments
S Ceccarelli, S Grando, J Hamblin
Euphytica 64, 49-58, 1992
Host–multi-pathogen warfare: pathogen interactions in co-infected plants
AS Abdullah, CS Moffat, FJ Lopez-Ruiz, MR Gibberd, J Hamblin, ...
Frontiers in plant science 8, 1806, 2017
Estimation of heritability from varietal trials data
M Singh, S Ceccarelli, J Hamblin
Theoretical and applied genetics 86, 437-441, 1993
Root characteristics of some temperate legume species and varieties on deep, free-draining entisols
AP Hamblin, J Hamblin
Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 36 (1), 63-72, 1985
Genotype by environment interaction and international breeding programmes
S Ceccarelli, W Erskine, J Hamblin, S Grando
Experimental agriculture 30 (2), 177-187, 1994
Accelerated generation of selfed pure line plants for gene identification and crop breeding
G Yan, H Liu, H Wang, Z Lu, Y Wang, D Mullan, J Hamblin, C Liu
Frontiers in plant science 8, 1786, 2017
Breeding common bean for yield in mixtures
J Hamblin, MJO Zimmermann
Plant breeding reviews 4, 245-272, 1986
The choice of locality for plant breeding when selecting for high yield and general adaptation
J Hamblin, HM Fisher, HI Ridings
Euphytica 29, 161-168, 1980
Effect of lupins and wheat on the yield of subsequent wheat crops grown at several rates of applied nitrogen
IC Rowland, MG Mason, J Hamblin
Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 28 (1), 91-97, 1988
Relative yield as a measure of entry performance in variable environments
SK Yau, J Hamblin
Crop Science 34 (3), 813-817, 1994
Phenotypic variation in boron-toxicity tolerance at seedling stage in durum wheat (Triticum durum)
SK Yau, MM Nachit, J Ryan, J Hamblin
Euphytica 83, 185-191, 1995
The nitrogen economy of broadacre lupin in southwest Australia
MJ Unkovich, JS Pate, J Hamblin
Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 45 (1), 149-164, 1994
The relationships between plant form, competitive ability and grain yield in a barley cross
J Hamblin, CM Donald
Euphytica 23 (3), 535-542, 1974
Variation in chlorophyll content per unit leaf area in spring wheat and implications for selection in segregating material
J Hamblin, K Stefanova, TT Angessa
PLoS One 9 (3), e92529, 2014
The ideotype concept: useful or outdated?
J Hamblin
International crop science I, 589-597, 1993
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