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Decimal

About: Decimal is a(n) research topic. Over the lifetime, 2657 publication(s) have been published within this topic receiving 29268 citation(s). The topic is also known as: base ten & denary.

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J. C. Zadoks, T. T. Chang1, C. F. Konzak2Institutions (2)
01 Dec 1974-Weed Research
TL;DR: The decimal code scale for indicating the growth stages of cereals as developed by the authors and published by Eucarpia is explained and described.

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Abstract: The decimal code scale for indicating the growth stages of cereals as developed by the authors and published by Eucarpia is explained and described

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7,715 citations


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D. R. Tottman1Institutions (1)
TL;DR: The decimal code for the growth stages of cereals, devised by Zadoks, Chang & Konzak (1974), is reproduced with stylised drawings of selected stages of wheat, barley and oat plants to assist the application of the code to agrochemical research, development and use in the UK.

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Abstract: SUMMARY The decimal code for the growth stages of cereals, devised by Zadoks, Chang & Konzak (1974), is reproduced with stylised drawings of selected stages of wheat, barley and oat plants Expanded definitions of some of the descriptive phrases are designed to assist the application of the code to agrochemical research, development and use in the UK

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644 citations


01 Jan 1984-
Abstract: For vegetation analyses of permanent quadrats the author formerly used a modified scale of Braun-Blanquet with smaller intervals than in the original. For calculations of difference- and change quotients etc., on the basis of coverage, the symbols of this scale have to be converted to values proportional to the real coverage percentages. A conversion in simple terms is not possible; so the calculations are inconvenient. For an efficient analysis of permanent quadrats a scale is needed that fulfils some requirements. The decimal scale fulfils these. For the analysis of small sub-quadrats of a permanent quadrat a coarse scale is proposed. This scale is directly comparable with the finer decimal scale.

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436 citations


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01 Dec 1976-Plant Ecology
Abstract: For vegetation analyses of permanent quadrats the author formerly used a modified scale of Braun-Blanquet with smaller intervals than in the original. For calculations of difference- and change quotients etc., on the basis of coverage, the symbols of this scale have to be converted to values proportional to the real coverage percentages. A conversion in simple terms is not possible; so the calculations are inconvenient. For an efficient analysis of permanent quadrats a scale is needed that fulfils some requirements. The decimal scale fulfils these. For the analysis of small sub-quadrats of a permanent quadrat a coarse scale is proposed. This scale is directly comparable with the finer decimal scale.

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419 citations


Journal ArticleDOI
TL;DR: The decimal code for the growth stages of cereals devised by Zadoks, Chang & Konzak (1974) is reproduced here with expanded definitions of some of the descriptive phrases and stylised drawings of selected stages of wheat, barley and oat plants.

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Abstract: SUMMARY The decimal code for the growth stages of cereals devised by Zadoks, Chang & Konzak (1974) is reproduced here with expanded definitions of some of the descriptive phrases and stylised drawings of selected stages of wheat, barley and oat plants.

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374 citations


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Ghassem Jaberipur

17 papers, 304 citations

Michael J. Schulte

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Mário P. Véstias

10 papers, 97 citations

Eric M. Schwarz

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