Steve Shirtliffe
Steve Shirtliffe
Professor, Department of Plant Sciences, University of Saskatchewan
Verified email at usask.ca
TitleCited byYear
Harvest losses of canola (Brassica napus) cause large seedbank inputs
RH Gulden, SJ Shirtliffe, AG Thomas
Weed Science 51 (1), 83-86, 2003
1562003
Oat germination characteristics differ among genotypes, seed sizes, and osmotic potentials
CJ Willenborg, JC Wildeman, AK Miller, BG Rossnagel, SJ Shirtliffe
Crop Science 45 (5), 2023-2029, 2005
1412005
Secondary seed dormancy prolongs persistence of volunteer canola in western Canada
RH Gulden, SJ Shirtliffe, AG Thomas
Weed Science 51 (6), 904-913, 2003
1082003
Germination characteristics of polymer-coated canola (Brassica napus L.) seeds subjected to moisture stress at different temperatures
CJ Willenborg, RH Gulden, EN Johnson, SJ Shirtliffe
Agronomy Journal 96 (3), 786-791, 2004
982004
Chaff collection reduces seed dispersal of wild oat (Avena fatua) by a combine harvester
SJ Shirtliffe, MH Entz
Weed Science 53 (4), 465-470, 2005
722005
Relative contribution of genotype, seed size and environment to secondary seed dormancy potential in Canadian spring oilseed rape (Brassica napus)
RH Gulden, AG Thomas, SJ Shirtliffe
Weed Research 44 (2), 97-106, 2004
722004
A nodulation (Nod+ Fix−) mutant of Phaseolus vulgaris L. has nodule-like structures lacking peripheral vascular bundles (Pvb−) and is resistant to mycorrhizal infection (Myc−)
SJ Shirtliffe, JK Vessey
Plant Science 118 (2), 209-220, 1996
721996
Structural equation modeling in the plant sciences: An example using yield components in oat
E Lamb, S Shirtliffe, W May
Canadian Journal of Plant Science 91 (4), 603-619, 2011
572011
Secondary dormancy, temperature, and burial depth regulate seedbank dynamics in canola
RH Gulden, AG Thomas, SJ Shirtliffe
Weed science 52 (3), 382-388, 2004
552004
Yield-density relationships and optimum plant populations in two cultivars of solid-seeded dry bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) grown in Saskatchewan
SJ Shirtliffe, AM Johnston
Canadian journal of plant science 82 (3), 521-529, 2002
522002
Avena fatua development and seed shatter as related to thermal time
SJ Shirtliffe, MH Entz, RC Van Acker
Weed Science 48 (5), 555-560, 2000
512000
Variation in Field Pea (Pisum sativum) Cultivars for Basal Branching and Weed Competition
JM Spies, TD Warkentin, SJ Shirtliffe
Weed Science 59 (2), 218-223, 2011
412011
Progress towards no-till organic weed control in western Canada
SJ Shirtliffe, EN Johnson
Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 27 (1), 60-67, 2012
402012
Effect of seed size on some germination characteristics, seedling emergence percentage and yield of three wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars in laboratory and field
A Zareian, A Hamidi, H Sadeghi, MR Jazaeri
Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research 13 (8), 1126-1131, 2013
322013
Impact of agronomic factors on seed yield formation and quality in flax
GP Lafond, B Irvine, AM Johnston, WE May, DW McAndrew, SJ Shirtliffe, ...
Canadian journal of plant science 88 (3), 485-500, 2008
322008
Influence of wild oat (Avena fatua) relative time of emergence and density on cultivated oat yield, wild oat seed production, and wild oat contamination
CJ Willenborg, WE May, RH Gulden, GP Lafond, SJ Shirtliffe
Weed science 53 (3), 342-352, 2005
312005
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi colonization and phosphorus nutrition in organic field pea and lentil
JM Baird, FL Walley, SJ Shirtliffe
Mycorrhiza 20 (8), 541-549, 2010
302010
Classification and fertility status of organically managed fields across Saskatchewan, Canada
JD Knight, R Buhler, JY Leeson, S Shirtliffe
Canadian journal of soil science 90 (4), 667-678, 2010
272010
Flavobacterium columnare (Flexibacter columnaris) associated with severe gill necrosis in koi carp (Cyprinus carpio L)
A Decostere, R Ducatelle, F Haesebrouck
Veterinary record 150 (22), 694-695, 2002
262002
Weed seed banks: biology and management
RH Gulden, SJ Shirtliffe
Prairie Soils and Crops Journal 2, 46-52, 2009
232009
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