Matthew Tom Harrison
Matthew Tom Harrison
Associate Professor, Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture
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Characterizing drought stress and trait influence on maize yield under current and future conditions
MT Harrison, F Tardieu, CD Messina, Z Dong, GL Hammer
Global Change Biology 20, 867-878, 2014
Climate change impact and adaptation for wheat protein
S Asseng, P Martre, A Maiorano, RP Rötter, GJ O’Leary, GJ Fitzgerald, ...
Global change biology 25 (1), 155-173, 2019
Dual-purpose cereals: can the relative influences of management and environment on crop recovery and grain yield be dissected?
MT Harrison, JR Evans, AD Dove, Hugh, Moore
Crop & Pasture Science 62, 930-946, 2011
Nitrogen in cell walls of sclerophyllous leaves accounts for little of the variation in photosynthetic nitrogen-use efficiency
MT Harrison, EJ Edwards, GD Farquhar, AB Nicotra, JR Evans
Plant, Cell and Environment 32, 259-270, 2009
Crop design for specific adaptation in variable dryland production environments
GL Hammer, S McLean, Greg, Chapman, B Zheng, A Doherty, ...
Crop and Pasture Science 65, 614-626, 2014
Assessing uncertainties in crop and pasture ensemble model simulations of producitivity and N2O emissions
F Ehrhardt, JF Soussana, G Bellocchi, P Grace, R McAuliffe, S Recous, ...
Global Change Biology, 1-14, 2017
Improving greenhouse gas emissions intensities of subtropical and tropical beef farming systems using Leucaena leucocephala
MT Harrison, C McSweeney, N Tomkins, RJ Eckard
Agricultural Systems 136, 138-146, 2015
Using dual‐purpose crops in sheep‐grazing systems
H Dove, J Kirkegaard
Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 94 (7), 1276-1283, 2014
Recovery dynamics of rainfed winter wheat after livestock grazing 1. Growth rates, grain yields, soil water use and water-use efficiency
MT Harrison, JR Evans, H Dove, AD Moore
Crop & Pasture Science 62, 947-959, 2011
Grazing winter wheat relieves plant water stress and transiently enhances photosynthesis.
MT Harrison, WM Kelman, AD Moore, JR Evans
Functional Plant Biology 37, 726-736, 2010
Modelling the sensitivity of agricultural systems to climate change and extreme climatic events
MT Harrison, BR Cullen, RP Rawnsley
Agricultural Systems 148, 135-148, 2016
Carbon footprint of milk production from dairy cows in Australia
S Gollnow, S Lundie, AD Moore, J McLaren, N van Buuren, P Stahle, ...
International Dairy Journal 37 (1), 31-38, 2014
The NR4A2 nuclear receptor is recruited to novel nuclear foci in response to UV irradiation and participates in nucleotide excision repair
K Jagirdar, K Yin, M Harrison, W Lim, GEO Muscat, RA Sturm, AG Smith
PLoS One 8 (11), e78075, 2013
Modelling the resilience of forage crop production to future climate change in the dairy regions of south eastern Australia using APSIM
K Pembleton, RP Rawnsley, BR Cullen, MT Harrison
Journal of Agricultural Science 154 (7), 1131-1152, 2016
Modelling of pasture management and livestock genotype interventions to improve whole-farm productivity and reduce greenhouse gas emissions intensities
MT Harrison, K Christie, RP Rawnsley, RJ Eckard
Animal Production Science 54 (12), 2018-2028, 2014
Increasing ewe genetic fecundity improves whole-farm production and reduces greenhouse gas emissions intensities. 1. Sheep production and emissions intensities
MT Harrison, T Jackson, BR Cullen, RP Rawnsley, CKM Ho, L Cummins, ...
Agricultural Systems 131, 23–33, 2014
The effect of warming on the productivity of perennial ryegrass and kikuyu pastures in south-eastern Australia
MJ Bell, RJ Eckard, MT Harrison, JS Neal, Cullen, B R.
Crop & Pasture Science 64, 61-70, 2013
Quantifying wheat sensitivities to environmental constraints to dissect genotype× environment interactions in the field
B Parent, J Bonneau, L Maphosa, A Kovalchuk, P Langridge, D Fleury
Plant Physiology 174 (3), 1669-1682, 2017
Dual-purpose cropping – capitalising on potential grain crop grazing to enhance mixed-farming profitability
LW Bell, MT Harrison, JA Kirkegaard
Crop and Pasture Science 66, 1-4, 2015
Using a mathematical framework to examine physiological changes in winter wheat after livestock grazing: 2. Model validation and effects of grazing management
MT Harrison, JR Evans, AD Moore
Field Crops Research 136, 127-137, 2012
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