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10th ISC, Surfers Paradise, Australia, 1982

AGRONOMY AND PRODUCTION 

Morphological differences between high and low yielding hybrids of sunflower.
KESTELOOT, J.A........... 3
A study of the morphological characters of sunflower achenes in relation to their emergence under adverse conditions.
PIQUEMAL, G., MOURET, J.C. .......... 6
The effects of ethephon on dormant seeds of cultivated sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.)
HARADA,W.S. .......... 8
Pathways of yield elaboration in sunflower under various water stresses.
MERRIEN, A., BLANCHET, R., GELFI, N., RELLIER, J.P.,ROLLIER, M. . 11
The behaviour of some sunflower genotypes (Helianthus annuus L.) under various flooding regimes.
SERIEYS, H. .......... 14
Tolerance of sunflower hybrids to competition among plants.
VRANCEANU, A.V., STOENESCU, F.M., TERBEA, M...........17
Growth analysis of irrigated sunflower in two plant populations.
HERNANDEZ, L.R., ORIOLI, G.A. .......... 18
Estimation of leaf area on sunflower plants.
PEREYRA, V.R., FARIZO, C., CARDINALI, F. .......... 21
Photosynthesis in sunflower leaves ; RUBP carboxylase properties activities and quantitative determination.
RANTY, B., COURTIADE, B., PIQUEMAL, M., GAVALIE, G., ROLLIER, M. .......... 23
Effects of defoliation during seed filling of sunflower plants.
CARDINALI, F., PEREYRA, V.R., FARIZO, C. and ORIOLI, G.A........ 26
Evolution of biosynthesis during the cycle of development of sunflower, and assimilates partition among organs and constituents.
BLANCHET, R., MERRIEN, A., GELFI, N., ROLLIER, M..... 29
The sunflower roots activity in the field.
GONZALEZ-FERNANDEZ, P., CABALLERO-UNGRIA, F., MIRALLES de IMPERIAL, R., BIGERIEGOMTIN de SAAVEDRA, M. .......... 33
Effect of daylength on the time of inflorescence initiation and rate of post- initiation development in two early sunflower cultivars.
MARC, J., PALMER, J.H. .......... 35
Yield and harvest index of sunflower cultivars : influence of duration and water stress.
TURNER, N.C., RAWSON, H.M. .......... 38
Determination of physiological and harvest maturity in sunflower.
FARIZO, C., PEREYRA, V.R., CARDINALI, F., ORIOLI, G.A.. 42
Effect of physiological maturation on quantitative characters of sunflower varieties and hybrids.
JANCIC V. .......... 44
Growth and development of sunflower in a semi-arid environment.
HARRIS, H.C,, DUBBELDE, E.A., McWILLIAM, J.R. ..... 45
Determination of regional strategies for sunflower production
HAMMER, G.L., GOYNE, P.J. .......... 48
Effects of early spring planting of sunflower on yield in Iraq
RAJAN, S.S. .52 
Oil content of oilseed sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) hybrids grown in Texas, USA.
BRIGHAM, R.D., HERZER, J.F. .......... 55
Effect of the planting date of sunflowers on the agronomic characteristics and on the quantity and quality of oil.
AZPIROZ, H.S., ORTEGON, A., IRUEGAS, A.,VAZQUEZ. E. ..... 56
A technique for selecting sunflower genotypes with temperature-stable linoleic acid synthesis
SILVER, J.G., McWILLIAM, J.R., HARRIS, H.C. ..... 59
Water requirement of sunflower in a semi-arid environment.
DUBBELDE, E.A., HARRIS, H.C., McWILLIAM, J.R. ... 62
Effect of irrigation on water use pattern in sunflower root zone.
VUCIC, N.V., BOSNJAK, D. .......... 65
Influence of plant population on phasic development, growth, yield and water use of irrigated sunflower in a semi-arid environment.
THOMPSON, J.A. .......... 67
The response of sunflower to strategies of irrigation.
CONNOR, D.J.,JONES, R.R. .......... 70
Salinity and sunflower agronomy in Egypt.
EL-SAWABY, M.S. .......... 70
Effect of sodium chloride on the lipid composition of sunflower oil.
GHARSALLI, M., DJEMAL-DAOUDI, F.,CHERIF, A. ….. 71
Nitrogen nutrition of sunflower with special reference to nitrogen stress.
hocking, P.J., STEER, B.T. ..... 73
Effect of nutritional and cultural treatments on seed production of winter grown sunflower.
SAMUI, R.C., BHATTACHARYYA, P., ROY, A. .......... 78
The response of irrigated sunflower cultivars to nitrogen fertilizer.
MUIRHEAD, W.A., LOW, A., WHITE, RJ.G. .......... 82

 Studies of the uptake of soil and fertilizer nitrogen by sunflower using 15-N techniques.
VREBALOV,T., RAJKOVIC, Z., BOGDANOVIC, D. ..... 86 
Interactions between moisture supply, N and P, in the performance of an open-pollinated and a hybrid sunflower variety in a semi-arid environment.
HUNTER, M.N., McCOSKER, A.N. .......... 88
Differential response of two sunflower cultivars to boron fertilization.
BLAMEY, F.P.C., CHAPMAN, J. .......... 92
Effect of phosphorus and nitrogen fertilization levels on the yield and oil content of sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.).
BARBERIS, L., FONSECA, E.A., BAUMANN FONAY, C. ..... 94
Pollination studies in hybrid sunflower seed production.
DRANE, D., MACPHERSON, K. WHITE, K. .......... 95
Sunflower hollow seededness and nitrogen fertilization in relation to harvest time.
OGUNREMI, E.A. .......... 100
Effect of achene (seed) size on subsequent growth and development of hybrid sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.)
CHOLAKY, L., GIAYETTO, 0., NEUMANN, E.C. ..... 100
Behaviour of NS sunflower hybrids harvested at different seed moistures.
TADIC L. .......... 106
Evaluation of. losses in the harvesting of sunflower.
FONSECA, E. A.,AHUMADA, P. .......... 109
Maturity and seed quality in sunflower physiobiochemical assessment through accelerated ageing.
GUPTA, K., KOLE, S. .......... 112
Irrigated sunflower production from the red-brown soils of Northern Victoria.
WOODROOFE, M.R. .......... 115
Irrigated sunflower in the Ord River Valley.
GARSIDE, A., FULTON, M., BLYTH, M., McCOSKER, P., LEARMONTH, S., EAGLETON, G. .......... 116

CROP PROTECTION 

Potential for pest management in sunflowers in Australia.
FORRESTER, N.W. ..................................123
Insect and mite pests of Queensland sunflowers.
BROADLEY, R.H.......................................125
Seasonal abundance of the Rutherglen bug (Nysius vinitor) on sunflowers and weeds in N.E.
Victoria SMITH, A.M. & McDonald ,G. .............127
Effect of moisture stress on damage to sunflowers by Rutherglen bug (Nysius vinitor)
FORRESTER, N.W.& SAINI, H ..................................130
Sunflower seed yield as influenced by pollination and insect pests.
BHATTACHARYYA P., SAMUI R.C., GOSH, MR., DASGUPTA S.K., ROY A......132
Effect of maldison (malathion ulv) on sunflower insects.
FORRESTER, N.W. ..................................134
Phytomelanin : development and role in hybrid resistance to Homoeosoma electellum larvae (Lepidoptera : Pyrallidae).
ROGERS C.E., STAFFORD R.E., KREITNER G.L............138
The control of alternaria blight of sunflowers in Eastern Australia. 
ALLEN S.J., BROWN J.F., KOCHMAN J.K. ............................................142
Some factors affecting the incidence and importance of sunflower rust in Australia.
BROWN J.F., ALLEN S.J., KAJORNCHAIYAKUL P., SIDDIQUI M.Q............145
Investigations into increased rust (Puccinia helianthi) intensity on some hybrid sunflower cultivars grown in Queensland.
KOCHMAN J.K., GOULTER K.C................................149
Occurrence of sunflower diseeases in Portugal in the last four years (1978-1981)
DE BARROS M.L.......................................................151
White blister and petiole blight of sunflowers caused by Albugo tragopogonis. ALLEN S.J., BROWN J.F. .........................................153
Further studies on the sunflower disease caused by Diaporthe (Phomopsis) helianthi and possibilities of breeding for resistance.
MIHALJCEVIC M., MUNTANOLA-CVETKOVIC M., PETROV M. ..............157
The distribution and incidence of charcoal rot of sunflower in Eastern Australia.
ALLEN S.J., BROWN J.F. .........................................159
Effect of stand density on the occurrence of charcoal rot and oil yield of some sunflower hybrids.
Desimir STANOJEVIC, Miroslav MIHALJCEVIC.................... 163
Methods of studying the reaction of some cultivars and wild species of sunflower to infection by Sclerotinia sclerotiorum.
Jean-Guy PIERRE, Yves REGNAULT .........................165
Field inoculation of sunflower for Sclerotinia sclerotiorum basal stalk rot and virulence of isolates from various hosts.
M.K. MANCL, S.E. SHEIN........................................167
The Use of high frequency microwaves on sclerotia to control inoculum of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum.
Claudine LAMARQUE, R.A. PERNY, M. BERTOUMIE...................170
Use of enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (Elisa) for the detection of downy mildew (Plasmopara halstedii) in sunflower.
A.R.LIESE, AR. GOTLIEB, W.E. SACKSTON ..................173
Resistance to a new race of sunflower downy mildew.
G.N. FICK, G.E. AUWARTER.......................................175
A New Race of Verticillium dahliae Kleb.
A.B. BERTERO, A.N. VAZQUEZ................................177
A Model for the development of grey mould (Botrytis cinerea) in sunflower heads.
S. STRIZYK, Claudine LAMARQUE .............................180
Losses caused in sunflowers by birds in Hungary.
J. REKASI, E. HORVATH..........................................183
Pest status of parrot species on sunflowers in northern N.S.W.
JONES, D.N........................................................184
An innovation in the control of galahs, Cacatua roseicapilla, and sulphur-crestedcockatoos, Cacatua galerita, in sunflower.
ALLEN, L.R ..........................187
The economics of chemical dessication and mechanical drying as methods of reducing bird damage in sunflower.
ALLEN, L.R .......................192
Very early combine harvesting of sunflower to avoid bird depredation.
BIRCH, E.R, LANDSBERG, J.P.H. HOFFMANN, J. ...............................195
Allelopathic activity of cultivated sunflowers.
LOVETT, J.V., FRASER, S.A, DUFFIELD, AM......................198
Post-emergence weed control in sunflower.
REGNAULT, Y. ... 201 

GENETICS AND PLANT IMPROVEMENT

Utilization of wild Helianthus in germplasm development
BEARD, B.H., CHANDLER, J.M. ... 207 
Cluster analysis of wild Helianthus annuus accessions.
BEARD, B.H., WILLIAMS, W.A. ... 209 
Variability in oil content in seed of Helianthus spp.
Luka CUK ... 211
Variation in oil and oil quality of wild annual sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) populations in a uniform environment.
Gerald SEILER ........ 212
Variability in the composition of higher fatty acids in oil of sunflower inbreds with different oil contents in seed.
SKORIC, D., VOROSBARANYI, L. BEDOV, S. ..... 215
Variability in protein and amino acid contents in different sunflower inbreds.
BEDOV,S ..........218
Investigations into seedset in sunflowers. 
FORRESTER, N.W. .....221
Effect of isolation bags on seedset in sunflowers. 
GEORGE, D.L., SHEIN, S.E. KNOWLES, P.F.... 224
Effect of stigmatic manipulation of pollination and seedset in sunflowers.
GEORGE, D.L., SHEIN, S.E.,KNOWLES, P.P. ..... 226
The inheritance of drought tolerance in sunflower.
KAMALI, V., MILLER, Jerry ..... 228
Inheritance of plant height and leaf number in diallel crossings of sunflower inbreds.
MARINKOVIC, R. .......... 232
Inheritance of trichome characteristics in sunflower, Helianthus spp.
HARADA, W.S., MILLER, Jerry.F. .......... 233
Genetic implications in transferring fertility restorer genes to a new genetic background in sunflower. (Helianthus annuus L.)
REDDI, M.V., REDDY, P.S., THAMMI Raju, B., LAURENCE, M. SARMA, N.D.RK. .. 236
Correlations for important agronomic characters between parent lines and F1 hybrids of sunflower.
Dragan SKORIC.......... 238
Relationships among traits of inbreds and hybrids of sunflower.
MILLER, J.F., FICK, G.N., ROATH, W.W. .......... 238
Maternal and embryo effects on the oleic and linoleic acid contents of sunflower oil.
FERNANDEZ-MARTINEZ, J. KNOWLES, P.F...... 241
Maternal and paternal effects on the oil content of cypsela in F1 seed.
LOW A. ..... 244
Genetic effects of days to flowering in sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) under short day regime.
ROATH, W.W., HAMOND, J.J., MILLER, J.F. ..... 247
Epistatic gene action in sunflower –a caution to sunflower geneticists and breeders.
MANJUNATH, A., GOUD, J.V......249
Use of multivariate techniques in a breeding programme to assist selection of sunflower inbreds and hybrids.
MACPHERSON, R., WHITE, K. ..... 252
Stratified masal selection on sunflower as a breeding method for synthetic varieties for forage or grain.
ROBLES, S.R. .......... 257
Selection of sunflower plants containing high linoleic acid and its agronomic significance.
DOWNES, RW., TONNET, M.L. .......... 258
Selection in sunflowers for resistance to Rutherglen bug (Nysius vinitor).
DOWNES, RW.,TONNET, M.L. ..... 261
Chemically induced mutations in sunflower.
LOFGREN, J.R.,RAMARAJE URS, N.V. ..... 264
Genetic advances by mass selection in the oil percentage of sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.).
ARECO, CM., LUDUENA, P.M., BRUNIARD, J.M. .....268
Performance of early maturing hybrids in Manitoba, Canada.
DEDIO, C.M. ..... 269
Sunflower variety evaluation, Coonabarabran, NSW, Australia.
FREEBAIRN, R.D. ....... 270
Evaluation of sunflower hybrids in international trial plantings.
VRANCEANU, A.V., BOZZINI, Al., STOENESCU, F.M...... 273
Plant breeder's rights and varieties registration in France.
BOUCHET, Y. ..... 273
An objective description of sunflower for varietal registration, plant variety protection and other purposes.
JOHNSON, F.K., KAMALI, V. MARTINEAU, J. ..... 276 

PROCESSING, UTILIZATION, ECONOMICS AND MARKETING

Oil quality analyser.
SIMPSON, B.W., HAMILTON, D.J. ....................283
TBHQ in sunflower oil.
BUCK, D. F. .........................286
Utilisation of sunflower oil in making plastic fat products for edible uses by miscella interesterification process.
BHATTACHARYYA, D.K., SEN G. ....................291
Plant oils as a fuel for diesel engines: experiences with sunflower oil.
HUGO, F.J.C. .............................................................. 294
Energy farming update: the bio-oil option ?
QUICK, G.R ..............................................297
Lysine availability in sunflower meals for pigs and chicks.
BATTERHAM E.S., MAJOR, E.J. ...............................301
What will the market place expect from sunflower?
BELL B.I. .............................................................. 303