Publikationen

Dr. Boy Feil — List of Pub­li­ca­tions

  1. Feil B., 1987: Unter­suchun­gen zur Phys­i­olo­gie und Mor­pholo­gie alter und neuer Weizen­sorten (Triticum aes­tivum L.) unter beson­der­er Berück­sich­ti­gung des Stick­stoffhaushalts. Dis­ser­ta­tion Uni­ver­sität Kiel.
  2. Feil B. and G. Geisler, 1988: Unter­suchun­gen zur Bil­dung und Verteilung der Bio­masse bei alten und neuen deutschen Som­mer­weizen­sorten. J. Agron. Crop Sci. 161, 148–156.
  3. Feil B. and G. Geisler, 1988: Unter­suchun­gen zum Wurzelwach­s­tum von Jungpflanzen alter und neuer Win­ter­weizen­sorten sowie eines Spelzweizens bei vari­iert­er N-Ver­sorgung. J. Agron. Crop Sci. 161, 264–272.
  4. Feil B. and G. Geisler, 1989: Unter­suchun­gen zur Auf­nahme und Verteilung von Stick­stoff bei alten und neuen deutschen Som­mer­weizen­sorten. J. Agron. Crop Sci. 162, 49–56.
  5. Feil B., R. Thi­ra­porn, G. Geisler, and P. Stamp, 1990: Root traits of maize seedlings — indi­ca­tors of nitro­gen effi­cien­cy? Plant and Soil 123, 155–159 (see #5).
  6. Feil B., R. Thi­ra­porn, G. Geisler, and P. Stamp, 1990: Root traits of maize seedlings — indi­ca­tors of nitro­gen effi­cien­cy? In: Genet­ic Aspects of Plant Min­er­al Nutri­tion (Eds N. El Bas­sam, M. Dambroth, B.C. Lough­man), Kluw­er Aca­d­e­m­ic Pub­lish­ers, Dor­drecht, pp. 7–101 (see #4).
  7. Feil B., R. Thi­ra­porn, G. Geisler, and P. Stamp, 1990: Geno­type vari­a­tion in grain nutri­ent con­cen­tra­tion in trop­i­cal maize grown dur­ing a rainy and a dry sea­son. Agronomie 10, 717–725.
  8. Feil B., R. Thi­ra­porn, G. Geisler, and P. Stamp, 1991: The impact of tem­per­a­ture on seedling root traits of Euro­pean and trop­i­cal maize (Zea mays L.) cul­ti­vars. J. Agron. Crop Sci. 166, 81–89.
  9. Feil B., R. Thi­ra­porn, G. Geisler, and P. Stamp, 1992: Yield, devel­op­ment and nutri­ent effi­cien­cy of tem­per­ate and trop­i­cal maize germplasm in the trop­i­cal low­lands I. Yield and devel­op­ment. May­di­ca 37, 191–197.
  10. Feil B., R. Thi­ra­porn, G. Geisler, and P. Stamp, 1992: Yield, devel­op­ment and nutri­ent effi­cien­cy of tem­per­ate and trop­i­cal maize germplasm in the trop­i­cal low­lands II. Uptake and redis­tri­b­u­tion of nitro­gen, phos­pho­rus and potas­si­um. May­di­ca 37, 199–207.
  11. Feil B., 1992: Breed­ing progress in small grain cere­als — a com­par­i­son of old and mod­ern cul­ti­vars. Plant Breed­ing 108, 1–11.
  12. Feil B., R. Thi­ra­porn, and P. Stamp, 1992: Can maize cul­ti­vars with low min­er­al nutri­ent con­cen­tra­tions in the grains help to reduce the need for fer­til­iz­ers in third world coun­tries? Plant and Soil 146, 227–231 (see #15).
  13. Thi­ra­porn R., B. Feil, and P. Stamp, 1992: Effect of nitro­gen fer­til­iza­tion on grain yield and accu­mu­la­tion of nitro­gen, phos­pho­rus and potas­si­um in the grains of trop­i­cal maize. J. Agron. Crop Sci. 169, 9–16.
  14. Alfol­di Z., L. Pin­ter, and B. Feil, 1992: Accu­mu­la­tion and par­ti­tion­ing of bio­mass and sol­u­ble car­bo­hy­drates in maize seedlings as affect­ed by N source, N con­cen­tra­tion, and cul­ti­var. J. Plant Nutr. 15, 2567–2583.
  15. Bänziger M., B. Feil, J.E. Schmid, and P. Stamp, 1992: Geno­typ­ic vari­a­tion in grain N con­tent of wheat as affect­ed by min­er­al N sup­ply in the soil. Eur. J. Agron. 1, 155–162.
  16. Feil B., R. Thi­ra­porn, and P. Stamp, 1993: Can maize cul­ti­vars with low min­er­al nutri­ent con­cen­tra­tions in the grains help to reduce the need for fer­til­iz­ers in third world coun­tries? In: Genet­ic Aspects of Plant Min­er­al Nutri­tion (Eds P.J. Ran­dall, E. Del­haize, R.A. Richards, R. Munns), Kluw­er Aca­d­e­m­ic Pub­lish­ers, Dor­drecht, pp. 295–299 (see #11).
  17. Feil B., R. Thi­ra­porn, and P. Stamp, 1993: In vit­ro nitrate reduc­tase activ­i­ty of lab­o­ra­to­ry-grown seedlings as an indi­rect selec­tion cri­te­ri­on for maize. Crop Sci. 33, 1280–1286.
  18. Schort­e­mey­er M., B. Feil, and P. Stamp, 1993: Root mor­phol­o­gy and nitro­gen uptake of maize simul­ta­ne­ous­ly sup­plied with ammo­ni­um and nitrate in a split-root sys­tem. Ann. Bot. 72, 107–115.
  19. Feil B. and P. Stamp, 1993: Sus­tain­able agri­cul­ture and prod­uct qual­i­ty: A case study for select­ed crops. Food Rev. Int. 9, 361–388.
  20. Feil B. and M. Bänziger, 1993: Nitro­gen and cul­ti­var effects on the min­er­al ele­ment con­cen­tra­tion in the grain of spring wheat. Eur. J. Agron. 2, 205–212.
  21. Fos­sati D., A. Fos­sati, and B. Feil, 1993: Rela­tion­ship between grain yield and grain nitro­gen con­cen­tra­tion in win­ter trit­i­cale. Euphyt­i­ca 71, 115–123.
  22. Feil B., R. Thi­ra­porn, and H.R. Lafitte, 1993: Accu­mu­la­tion of nitro­gen and phos­pho­rus in the grain of trop­i­cal maize cul­ti­vars. May­di­ca 38, 291–300.
  23. Bänziger M., B. Feil, J.E. Schmid, and P. Stamp, 1994: Uti­liza­tion of late-applied nitro­gen by spring wheat geno­types. Eur. J. Agron. 3, 63–69.
  24. Bänziger M., B. Feil, and P. Stamp, 1994: Com­pe­ti­tion between nitro­gen accu­mu­la­tion and grain growth for car­bo­hy­drates dur­ing grain-fill­ing of wheat. Crop Sci. 34, 440–446.
  25. Alfol­di Z., L. Pin­ter, and B. Feil, 1994: Nitro­gen, phos­pho­rus and potas­si­um con­cen­tra­tions in devel­op­ing maize grains. J. Agron. Crop Sci. 172, 200–206.
  26. Feil B., 1994: Growth and ammonium:nitrate uptake ratio of spring wheat cul­ti­vars at a homo­ge­neous and a spa­tial­ly sep­a­rat­ed sup­ply of ammo­ni­um and nitrate. J. Plant Nutr. 17, 717–728.
  27. Feil B. and D. Fos­sati, 1995: Min­er­al com­po­si­tion of trit­i­cale grains as relat­ed to grain yield and grain pro­tein. Crop Sci. 35, 1426–1431.
  28. Schort­e­mey­er M. and B. Feil, 1996: Root mor­phol­o­gy of maize under homo­ge­neous and spa­tial­ly sep­a­rat­ed sup­ply of ammo­ni­um and nitrate at dif­fer­ent con­cen­tra­tion ratios. J. Plant Nutr. 19, 1083–1091.
  29. Fos­sati D., A. Fos­sati, and B. Feil, 1996: Con­cen­tra­tions of min­er­als in the grains of a high- and a low-pro­tein win­ter trit­i­cale. In: Trit­i­cale: Today and Tomor­row (Eds H. Guedes-Pin­to, N. Dar­vey, V.P. Carnide). Devel­op­ments in Plant Breed­ing Vol­ume 5. Kluw­er Aca­d­e­m­ic Pub­lish­ers, Dor­drecht, pp. 793–797.
  30. Stamp, P., B. Feil, M. Schort­e­mey­er, and W. Rich­n­er, 1997: Response of roots to low tem­per­a­tures and nitro­gen forms. In: Plant Roots — From Cells to Sys­tems (Eds H.M. Ander­son, P.W. Bar­low, D.T. Clark­son, M.B. Jack­son, P.R. Shewry). Kluw­er Aca­d­e­m­ic Pub­lish­ers, Dor­drecht, pp. 143–154.
  31. Garib­ay S.V., P. Stamp, H.U. Ammon, and B. Feil, 1997: Yield and qual­i­ty com­po­nents of silage maize in killed and live cov­er crop sods. Eur. J. Agron. 6, 179–190.
  32. Schort­e­mey­er M., P. Stamp, and B. Feil, 1997: Ammo­ni­um tol­er­ance and car­bo­hy­drate sta­tus in maize cul­ti­vars. Ann. Bot. 79, 25–30.
  33. Feil B. and D. Fos­sati, 1997: Phyt­ic acid in trit­i­cale grains as affect­ed by cul­ti­var and envi­ron­ment. Crop Sci. 37, 916–921.
  34. Schulthess U., B. Feil, and S.C. Jutzi, 1997: Yield-inde­pen­dant vari­a­tion in grain nitro­gen and phos­pho­rus con­cen­tra­tion among Ethio­pean wheats. Agron. J. 89, 497–506.
  35. Feil B., S.V. Garib­ay, H.U. Ammon, and P. Stamp, 1997: Pro­duc­tion of silage maize in a grass mulch sys­tem — sea­son­al pat­terns of indi­ca­tors of the nitro­gen sta­tus of maize. In: Per­spec­tives for Agron­o­my — Adopt­ing Eco­log­i­cal Prin­ci­ples and Man­ag­ing Resource Use (Eds M.K. van Itter­sum, S.C. van de Gei­jn). Devel­op­ments in Crop Sci­ence 25, 227–235 (see #35).
  36. Feil B., S.V. Garib­ay, H.U. Ammon, and P. Stamp, 1997: Pro­duc­tion of silage maize in a grass mulch sys­tem — sea­son­al pat­terns of indi­ca­tors of the nitro­gen sta­tus of maize. Eur. J. Agron. 7, 171–179 (see #34).
  37. Feil B., 1997: The inverse yield-pro­tein rela­tion­ship in cere­als: pos­si­bil­i­ties and lim­i­ta­tions for genet­i­cal­ly improv­ing the grain pro­tein yield. Trends Agron. 1, 103–119.
  38. Rüegg W.T., W. Rich­n­er, P. Stamp, and B. Feil, 1998: Accu­mu­la­tion of dry mat­ter and nitro­gen by min­i­mum-tillage silage maize plant­ed into cov­er crops. Eur. J. Agron. 8, 59–69.
  39. Feil B., 1998: Phys­i­ol­o­gis­che und pflanzen­bauliche Aspek­te der inversen Beziehung zwis­chen Ertrag und Pro­teinkonzen­tra­tion bei Getrei­des­orten: Eine Über­sicht. Pflanzen­bauwiss. 2, 37–46.
  40. Fis­chler M., C. Wort­mann, and B. Feil, 1999: Cro­ta­lar­ia (C. ochroleu­ca G. Don.) as a green manure in maize-bean crop­ping sys­tems in East Africa. Field Crops Res. 61, 97–107.
  41. Feil B. and M. Bänziger, 1999: Beziehun­gen zwis­chen dem Korner­trag und den Konzen­tra­tio­nen von Pro­tein, Phos­phor und Kali­um in den Körn­ern von Som­mer­weizen­sorten. Pflanzen­bauwiss. 3, 1–8.
  42. Sol­dati A., H.U. Ammon, P. Bas­set­ti and B. Feil, 2000: Sem­i­na del mais in una coltura inter­calare esistente — una nuo­va tec­ni­ca coltur­ale per un’agricoltura sosteni­bile. Riv­ista di agrono­mia 34, 345–350.
  43. Feil B. and M. Lied­gens, 2001: Pflanzen­pro­duk­tion in leben­den Mulchen — eine Über­sicht. Pflanzen­bauwiss. 5, 15–23.
  44. Diepen­brock W., M. Long, and B. Feil, 2001: Yield and qual­i­ty of sun­flower as affect­ed by row ori­en­ta­tion, row spac­ing, and plant den­si­ty. Die Bodenkul­tur / Aus­tr. J. Agric. Res. 52, 29–36.
  45. Hüls­ber­gen K.-J., B. Feil, S. Bier­mann, G.-W. Rathke, W.-D. Kalk, and W. Diepen­brock, 2001: A method of ener­gy bal­anc­ing in crop pro­duc­tion and its appli­ca­tion in a long-term fer­til­iz­er tri­al. Agricult. Ecosyst. Envi­ronm. 86, 303–321.
  46. Long M., B. Feil, and W. Diepen­brock, 2001: Inter­cep­tion and use of light by sun­flower (Helianthus annu­us L.). Acta Agron. Hung. 49, 199–209.
  47. Feil B., 2001: Phyt­ic acid. J. New Seeds 3, 1–35.
  48. Feil B. und J.E. Schmid, 2001: Pol­len­flug bei Mais, Weizen und Roggen. Ein Beitrag zur Frage der beim Anbau von gen­tech­nisch verän­derten Pflanzen erforder­lichen Isolier­ab­stände. Shak­er Ver­lag, Aachen, ISBN 3–8265-8903–3, 76 p.
  49. Long M., B. Feil, and W. Diepen­brock, 2001: Effects of plant den­si­ty, row spac­ing and row ori­en­ta­tion on yield and ach­ene qual­i­ty in rain­fed sun­flower. Acta Agron. Hung. 49, 397–407.
  50. Feil B. and J.E. Schmid, 2002: Dis­per­sal of maize, wheat and rye pollen. A con­tri­bu­tion to deter­min­ing the nec­es­sary iso­la­tion dis­tances for the cul­ti­va­tion of trans­genic crops. Shak­er Ver­lag, Aachen, ISBN 3–8256-9750–8, 75 p.
  51. Hüls­ber­gen K.-J., B. Feil, and W. Diepen­brock, 2002: Rates of nitro­gen appli­ca­tion required to achieve max­i­mum ener­gy effi­cien­cy for var­i­ous crops: results of a long-term exper­i­ment. Field Crops Res. 77, 61–76.
  52. Feil B., R. Sey­far­th, C. Orlac­chio, M. Mess­mer, P. Kade, B. Meier, and B. Büter, 2002: Entwick­lung und Ertrag ver­schieden­er Vitex agnus-cas­tus-Herkün­fte im Fel­dan­bau in Ital­ien [Devel­op­ment and yield of field-grown Vitex agnus-cas­tus acces­sions in Italy]. Zeitsch. Arznei- & Gewürzpfl./J. Medic. Spice Plants 7, 336–367.
  53. Feil B. and P. Stamp, 2002: The pollen-medi­at­ed flow of trans­genes in maize can already be con­trolled by cyto­plas­mic male steril­i­ty. AgBiotech­Net 4, 1–4. ABN 099. AgBiotech­Net
  54. Feil B., U. Wein­gart­ner, and P. Stamp, 2003: Con­trol­ling the release of pollen from genet­i­cal­ly mod­i­fied maize and increas­ing its grain yield by grow­ing mix­tures of male-ster­ile and male-fer­tile plants. Euphyt­i­ca 130, 163–165.
  55. Büter B., M. Mess­mer, B. Feil, U. Sim­men, R. Jäg­gi, K. Berg­er Büter, and W. Schaffn­er, 2003: Pflan­zliche Rohstoffe in der ratio­nalen Phy­tother­a­pie: Notwendigkeit inter­diziplinär­er Forschung in den Bere­ichen Pflanzen­züch­tung, Anbautech­nik und Phar­makolo­gie [Plant raw mate­ri­als in ratio­nal phy­tother­a­py: neces­si­ty of inter­dis­ci­pli­nary research in the fields of plant breed­ing, crop man­age­ment, and phar­ma­col­o­gy]. Zeitsch. Arznei- & Gewürzpfl./J. Medic. Spice Plants 8, 184–187.
  56. Neuweil­er R., L. Bertschinger, P. Stamp, and B. Feil, 2003: The impact of ground cov­er man­age­ment on soil nitro­gen lev­els, para­me­ters of veg­e­ta­tive crop devel­op­ment, yield and fruit qual­i­ty of straw­ber­ries. Eur. J. Hort. Sci. 86, 183–191.
  57. Feil B., S.B. Moser, S. Jam­pa­tong, and P. Stamp, 2005: Min­er­al com­po­si­tion of the grains of trop­i­cal maize vari­eties as affect­ed by pre-anthe­sis drought and rate of nitro­gen fer­til­iza­tion. Crop Sci. 45, 516–523.
  58. Moser S.B., B. Feil, S. Jam­pa­tong, and P. Stamp: Effects of pre-anthe­sis drought, nitro­gen fer­til­iz­er rate, and vari­ety on grain yield, yield com­po­nents, and har­vest index of trop­i­cal maize. Agric. Water Man­age. 
  59. Her­rera J.M., B. Feil, P. Stamp, and M. Lied­gens, 2009: Root growth and nitrate-nitro­gen leach­ing of catch crops fol­low­ing spring wheat. J. Envi­ronm. Qual. 39, 845–854.
  60. Schnei­der D., N. Fre­itag, M. Lied­gens, B. Feil, and P. Stamp, 2011: Ear­ly growth of field-grown Swiss flint maize lan­draces. May­di­ca 56 (in press)
  61. Faget M., M.Liedgens, B. Feil, P. Stamp, and J.M. Her­rera, 2012: Root growth of maize in an Ital­ian rye­grass liv­ing mulch stud­ied with a non-destruc­tive method. Europ. J. Agron. 36, 1–8.
  62. Her­rera J.M., P. Stamp, B.Feil, and M. Lied­gens: Nitro­gen and geno­type effects on root growth and sur­vivor­ship of spring wheat. J. Plant Nutr. (sub­mit­ted)

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