Associate Professor Daniel Tan

Senior Lecturer
Dept of Plant and Food Sciences

C81 - ATP - The Biomedical Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 8627 1052
Fax +61 2 8627 1099

Biographical details

Dr Daniel Tan graduated from the University of Queensland with a BAppSc (Hort Tech) (Hons 1) in 1991 and a PhD in 1999. In 1993, he was a senior executive at Keppel Land International Ltd in Singapore and led the project management of the US$150 million Sedona Hotel projects in Yangon and Mandalay, Myanmar, the master planning of the Club Med hotel and golf resort in Bintan Island and acquisition of Wisma BCA office towers in Jakarta, Indonesia. In 2003, he accepted a lectureship in agronomy in the Faculty of Agriculture and Environment (FAE). He was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 2010 and to Associate Professor in 2015. Daniel has been FAE representative to the Faculty of Science Publicity Committee since 2004. He was the coordinator of the agriculture and veterinary bioscience first year units (>200 students), The Rural Environment (AFNR1001) and Climate and the Environment (AFNR1002) from 2003 to 2012. He was also the degree coordinator for the Bachelor of Science in Agriculture and the Bachelor of Horticultural Science from 2007 to 2008. From 2011, he has been unit coordinator of the 4th year units, Crop and Pasture Agronomy (AGRO4003) and Sustainable Farming Systems (AGRO4004). Daniel has been a member of the Australian Institute of Agricultural Science and Technology (AIAST) since 1991. In 2005, Daniel was elected to the Management Committee of AIAST (NSW Division), and represented AIAST in the Department of Education Science and Training (DEST) Steering Committee for audit of Science, Engineering and Technology Skills. He was been Vice President since 2004, was elected President of the NSW Division from 2011 and nominated as Director for the AIAST National Board in 2015. In recent years, Daniel has presented papers at the International Crop Science Congress in Brisbane, the 4th and 5th International Cotton Conference in Texas, U.S.A. and Mumbai, India and convened sessions at the European Geosciences Union (EGU) in Vienna, Austria.

Research interests

Daniel has developed a broccoli development model for vegetable growers in southeast Queensland. His research is in the area of crop agronomy, specialising in crop abiotic stress and farming systems. His specific interests within crop abiotic stress are in physiology, especially high temperature tolerance. Research outcomes (e.g. stress detection methods and markers) are used by plant breeders in their development of stress tolerant crops. His ongoing work on abiotic stress and nutrition in wheat, chickpea and cotton has been supported by the Cotton Research and Development Corporation, the Grains Research and Development Corporation and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. He currently has collaborative research links at CSIRO Plant Industry (Narrabri), the University of Oxford, NSW Department of Agriculture, Applied Horticultural Research (Sydney), Texas A&M University (USA) the United States Department of Agriculture (Lubbock, Texas, USA), ICRISAT, India and the Cocoa and Coconut Institute (Papua New Guinea).

Themes

Plant and crop physiology; Agronomy, horticulture and precision agriculture

PhD and master's project opportunities

Selected grants

2014

  • A review of emission methodologies for the Australian cotton industry and development of a detailed study for north west NSW.; Brock P, Tan D; Cotton Research and Development Corporation/Research and Development Projects.

2013

  • Mining West African legacy agricultural research to enhance agricultural productivity; Odeh I, Tan D, Ampt P; Australian Agency for International Development (AUSAID)/Australian Leadership Awards Fellowships.

2012

  • Identification of genetic variation for heat tolerance in wheat germplasm of relevance to the Northern grains region; Trethowan R, Amthor J, Tan D; Grains Research and Development Corporation/Research and Development: Gene Discovery.

2011

  • 5th World Cotton Research Conference - Mumbai, India, 7-11 November 2011; Tan D; Cotton Catchment Communities CRC/Scientific Exchange.

2006

  • Effectiveness Of Foliar Nutrition; Campbell L, Tan D; Australian Cotton CRC/Research Support.

Selected publications

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Book Chapters

  • Tan, D., Amthor, J. (2013). Bioenergy. In Zvy Dubinsky (Eds.), Photosynthesis, (pp. 299-330). Rijeka, Croatia: InTech Publishers.
  • Tan, D. (2013). What are biofuels? In Andrew Jaspan (Eds.), The Explainer: From Deja Vu to Why the Sky is Blue, and Other Conundrums, (pp. 77-79). Collingwood: CSIRO Publishing.

Journals

  • Hulugalle, N., Broughton, K., Tan, D. (2014). Fine root production and mortality in irrigated cotton, maize and sorghum sown in vertisols of northern New South Wales, Australia. Soil and Tillage Research, (146), 313-322. [More Information]
  • Cottee, N., Wilson, I., Tan, D., Bange, M. (2014). Understanding the molecular events underpinning cultivar differences in the physiological performance and heat tolerance of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum). Functional Plant Biology: an international journal of plant function, 41(1), 56-67. [More Information]
  • Barbosa, M., Lobato, A., Tan, D., Viana, G., Coelho, K., Barbosa, J., Moraes, M., Costa, R., Filho, B., Neto, C. (2013). Bradyrhizobium improves nitrogen assimilation, osmotic adjustment and growth in contrasting cowpea cultivars under drought. Australian Journal of Crop Science, 7(13), 1983-1989.
  • Avila, F., Faquin, V., Lobato, A., Avila, P., Marques, D., Guedes, E., Tan, D. (2013). Effect of phosphite supply in nutrient solution on yield, phosphorus nutrition and enzymatic behavior in common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) plants. Australian Journal of Crop Science, 7(5), 713-722.
  • Pereira, T., Lobato, A., Tan, D., da Costa, D., Uchôa, E., Ferreira, R., Pereira, E., Avila, F., Marques, D., Guedes, E. (2013). Positive interference of silicon on water relations, nitrogen metabolism, and osmotic adjustment in two pepper (Capsicum annuum) cultivars under water deficit. Australian Journal of Crop Science, 7(8), 1064-1071.
  • Devasirvatham, V., Gaur, P., Mallikarjuna, N., Raju, T., Trethowan, R., Tan, D. (2013). Reproductive biology of chickpea response to heat stress in the field is associated with the performance in controlled environments. Field Crops Research, 142, 9-19. [More Information]
  • Kilby, C., Tan, D., Duggan, B. (2013). Yield components of high-yielding Australian cotton cultivars. Cotton Research Journal, 5(2), 117-130. [More Information]
  • Ali, M., Al-Ani, A., Eamus, D., Tan, D. (2012). A New Image Processing Based Technique to Determine Chlorophyll in Plants. American-Eurasian Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, 12(10), 1323-1328. [More Information]
  • Ali, M., Al-Ani, A., Eamus, D., Tan, D. (2012). A New Image-Processing-Based Technique for Measuring Leaf Dimensions. American-Eurasian Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, 12(12), 1588-1594.
  • Cottee, N., Bange, M., Wilson, I., Tan, D. (2012). Developing controlled environment screening for high -temperature tolerance in cotton that accurately reflects performance in the field. Functional Plant Biology: an international journal of plant function, 39(8), 670-678. [More Information]
  • Devasirvatham, V., Gaur, P., Mallikarjuna, N., Raju, T., Trethowan, R., Tan, D. (2012). Effect of high temperature on the reproductive development of chickpea genotypes under controlled environments. Functional Plant Biology: an international journal of plant function, 39(12), 1009-1018. [More Information]
  • Devasirvatham, V., Tan, D., Gaur, P., Raju, T., Trethowan, R. (2012). High temperature tolerance in chickpea and its implications for plant improvement. Crop and Pasture Science, 63(5), 419-422. [More Information]
  • Tan, D. (2012). Tequila Sunrise. Australasian Science, Jan/Feb 2012, 31-33.
  • Alves, G., Filho, B., Lobato, A., Tan, D., Neto, C., da Costa, R., Avila, F., Marques, D., Galate, R. (2012). Water relations, nitrogen compounds and enzyme activities in leaf and root of young Yellow Lapacho (Tabebuia serratifolia) plants subjected to flooding. Plant Omics, 5(3), 216-222.
  • Holtum, J., Chambers, D., Morgan, T., Tan, D. (2011). Agave as a biofuel feedstock in Australia. Global Change Biology, Bioenergy, 3, 58-67. [More Information]
  • Yan, X., Tan, D., Inderwildi, O., Smith, J., King, D. (2011). Life cycle energy and greenhouse gas analysis for agave-derived bioethanol. Energy and Environmental Science, 4, 3110-3121. [More Information]
  • Odeh, I., Tan, D., Ancev, T. (2011). Potential Suitability and Viability of Selected Biodiesel Crops in Australian Marginal Agricultural Lands Under Current and Future Climates. BioEnergy Research, 4(3), 165-179. [More Information]
  • Stefanski, E., Garcia, S., Farina, S., Tan, D., Tanner, D. (2010). Effects of sowing rate and grazing management of forage rape (Brassica napus) on grazing behaviour and utilisation by dairy cattle. Animal Production Science, 50(6), 560-567.
  • Cottee, N., Tan, D., Bange, M., Cothren, J., Campbell, L. (2010). Multi-Level Determination of Heat Tolerance in Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) under Field Conditions. Crop Science, 50, 2553-2564. [More Information]
  • Hulugalle, N., Weaver, T., Finlay, L., Luelf, N., Tan, D. (2009). Potential contribution by cotton roots to soil carbon stocks in irrigated Vertosols. Australian Journal of Soil Research, 47(3), 243-252.
  • Lobato, A., Luz, L., Costa, R., Tan, D., Bonato, C., Silva, M., Oliveira Neto, C., Silva, L. (2009). Relationship between chlorophyll a and total soluble carbohydrates in pepper submitted to water deficiency. Journal of Animal and Plant Sciences (JAPS), 5(2), 515-526.
  • Conaty, W., Tan, D., Constable, G., Sutton, B., Field, D., Mamun, M. (2008). Agronomy & Soils Genetic Variation for Waterlogging Tolerance in Cotton. Journal of Cotton Science, 12, 53-61.
  • Tan, D., Daley, A., Wu, H. (2007). Allelopathic potential of lippia (Phyla canescens) on germinating seeds. Allelopathy Journal, 19(1), 257-265.
  • McDowell, A., Bange, M., Tan, D. (2007). Cold temperature exposure at 10 degrees C for 10 and 20 nights does not reduce tissue viability in vegetative and early flowering cotton plants. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture ('09 renamed: Animal Production Science), 47(2), 198-207.
  • Odeh, I., Tan, D. (2007). Expanding Biofuel Production in Australia: Opportunities Beyond the Horizon. Farm Policy Journal, 4(2), 29-39.
  • Wu, H., Walker, S., Rollin, M., Tan, D., Robinson, G., Werth, J. (2007). Germination, persistence, and emergence of flaxleaf fleabane (Conyza bonariensis [L.] Cronquist). Weed Biology and Management, 7(3), 192-199.
  • Wood, A., Tan, D., Mamun, M., Sutton, B. (2006). Sorghum can Compensate for Chilling-Induced Grain Loss. Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science, 192(6), 445-451.

Conferences

  • Ali, M., Al-Ani, A., Eamus, D., Tan, D. (2014). An Algorithm Based on the RGB Colour Model to Estimate Plant Chlorophyll and Nitrogen Contents. 2013 International Conference on Sustainable Environment and Agriculture, Singapore: International Association of Computer Science and Information Technology Press (IACSIT Press). [More Information]
  • Suenaga, H., Tan, D., Brock, P. (2014). Life-Cycle Assessment of rice production systems: Comparison of Lao PDR, Japan and Australia. 3rd New Zealand Life Cycle Assessment Conference, Wellington: Life Cycle Association of New Zealand and New Zealand Life Cycle Management Centre.
  • Tan, D., Koppi, A., Field, D. (2014). The Student Perspective in Developing Graduate Attributes Through Problem-Based Learning in First Year Agriculture Science. 20th Annual UniServe Science Conference: Australian Conference on Science and Mathematics Education (ACSME) 2014, Sydney: UniServe Science, University of Sydney.
  • Najeeb, U., Tan, D., Bange, M. (2013). Aminoethoxyvinylglycine (AVG)-induced improved growth and fruit retention mitigate yield losses in waterlogged cotton. AACS 2013 Australian Cotton Research Conference, Narrabri: The Association of Australian Cotton Scientists.
  • Broughton, K., Smith, R., Tan, D., Duursma, R., Payton, P., Bange, M., Tissue, D. (2013). Interactive effects of elevated [CO2], warming and water deficit on cotton physiology and growth. AACS 2013 Australian Cotton Research Conference, Narrabri: The Association of Australian Cotton Scientists.
  • Tan, D., Brock, P., Hulugalle, N., Quigley, G. (2013). Life cycle assessment of cotton-corn farming systems in the Namoi Valley, Australia. 8th Life Cycle Conference - Pathways to Greening Global Markets, Sydney, Australia: ALCAS.
  • Ullah, N., Tan, D., Amthor, J., Bange, M. (2013). Pre-waterlogging application of aminoethoxyvinylglycine (AVG) improves fruit retention of waterlogged cotton. International Conference on Sustainable Water Use for Securing Food Production in the Mediterranean Region Under Changing Climate, Agadir, Morocco: SWUP-MED.
  • Coleman, C., Hulugalle, N., Tan, D. (2013). Root growth of cotton under monoculture and in cotton and corn rotations. AACS 2013 Australian Cotton Research Conference, Narrabri: The Association of Australian Cotton Scientists.
  • Devasirvatham, V., Trethowan, R., Gaur, P., Raju, T., Tan, D. (2012). Breeding targets to improve heat tolerance in chickpea. 19th EUCARPIA General Congress, Budapest, Hungary: Plant Breeding for Future Generations.
  • Tan, D., Hulugalle, N. (2012). Carbon contributions from roots in cotton based rotations. European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2012, Vienna, Austria: European Geosciences Union.
  • Tan, D. (2012). Developing heat tolerance in crop plants in the face of global warming. World Sustainable Agriculture Congress, Singapore: IMAPAC.
  • Devasirvatham, V., Tan, D., Gaur, P., Raju, T., Trethowan, R. (2012). Effects of high temperature at different developmental stages on the yield of chickpea. 16th Australian Agronomy Conference 2012, Armidale, NSW: The Regional Institute Ltd.
  • Tan, D., Quigley, G., Herridge, D., Hulugalle, N., Schwenke, G., Brock, P., Madden, P. (2012). Identifying opportunities to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from agricultural production: a Life Cycle Assessment approach. Joint Australian and New Zealand Soil Science Conference, Hobart, Tasmania: Soil Science Australia and New Zealand Society for Soil Science.
  • Ali, M., Al-Ani, A., Eamus, D., Tan, D. (2012). Leaf Nitrogen Determination using Handheld Meters. 16th Australian Agronomy Conference 2012, Armidale, NSW: The Regional Institute Ltd.
  • Tan, D., Odeh, I., Ancev, T. (2012). Potential biodiesel crops for marginal land in Australia. 16th Australian Agronomy Conference 2012, Armidale, NSW: The Regional Institute Ltd.
  • Tan, D., Broughton, K., Knox, O., Hulugalle, N. (2012). Soil microbial biomass and root growth in Bt and non-Bt cotton. European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2012, Vienna, Austria: European Geosciences Union.
  • Kilby, C., Tan, D., Duggan, B., Constable, G. (2012). Yield components of high-yielding Australian cotton cultivars. 16th Australian Agronomy Conference 2012, Armidale, NSW: The Regional Institute Ltd.
  • Conaty, W., Neilsen, J., Mahan, J., Sutton, B., Tan, D. (2011). A Thermal Optimum Approach to Irrigation Scheduling in Australian Drip Irrigated Cotton. World Cotton Research Conference 5, New Delhi, India: Excel India Publishers.
  • Tan, D., Ormiston, S., Bange, M., Amthor, J. (2011). Effect of cool conditions on cotton seedlings. World Cotton Research Conference 5, New Delhi, India: Excel India Publishers.
  • Broughton, K., Tan, D., Tissue, D., Bange, M., Amthor, J. (2011). Industrial-age changes in climate affect cotton physiology and productivity. World Cotton Research Conference 5, New Delhi, India: Excel India Publishers.
  • Cottee, N., Bange, M., Tan, D., Cothren, J. (2011). Multi-Level Determination for Heat Tolerance of Cotton Cultivars. World Cotton Research Conference 5, New Delhi, India: Excel India Publishers.
  • Tuck, C., Tan, D., Bange, M., Stiller, W. (2010). Cold tolerance screening for cotton cultivars using germination chill protocols. 15th Australian Agronomy Conference: Food Security from Sustainable Agriculture 2010, Australia: The Regional Institute Ltd.
  • Devasirvatham, V., Tan, D., Trethowan, R., Gaur, P., Mallikarjuna, N. (2010). Impact of high temperature on the reproductive stage of chickpea. 15th Australian Agronomy Conference: Food Security from Sustainable Agriculture 2010, Australia: The Regional Institute Ltd.
  • Hulugalle, N., Weaver, T., Finlay, L., Broughton, K., Tan, D. (2010). Potential contribution by corn and Bollgard II cotton roots to soil carbon stocks in a furrow-irrigated Vertisol. 19th World Congress of Soil Science Soil solutions for a changing world, Brisbane: International Union of Soil Sciences (IUSS).
  • Errington, M., Campbell, L., Rochester, I., Tan, D. (2009). Nitrogen Allocation in High Yielding Bollgard II Cotton. 16th International Plant Nutrition Colloquium (IPNC), USA: University of California, Davis.
  • Tuck, C., Bange, M., Tan, D., Stiller, W. (2008). Assessing cultivar cold tolerance using germination chill protocols - preliminary studies. 14th Australian Cotton Conference, Queensland, Australia: Australian Cotton Growers Research Association.
  • Terry, J., Tan, D., Hulugalle, N., Field, D., Weaver, T., Knox, O. (2008). Cotton yield and soil carbon under continuous cotton, cotton-corn, cotton-vetch-corn and cotton-wheat rotations. 14th Australian Society of Agronomy Conference, Gosford, Australia: The Regional Institute Ltd.
  • Errington, M., Campbell, L., Rochester, I., Tan, D. (2008). Efficacy of foliar fertilization in cotton. World Cotton Research Conference-4, Lubbock, Texas, U.S.A.: OmniPress.
  • Cottee, N., Bange, M., Tan, D., Campbell, L. (2008). Identifying Cotton Cultivars for Hotter Temperatures. 14th Australian Cotton Conference, Queensland, Australia: Australian Cotton Growers Research Association.
  • Holden, J., Devereux, A., Hulugalle, N., Fukai, S., Terry, J., Tan, D. (2008). Irrigated maize in cotton systems. 14th Australian Cotton Conference, Queensland, Australia: Australian Cotton Growers Research Association.
  • Simons (Karakira), S., Tan, D., Belfield, S., Martin, B. (2008). Plant populations to improve yield of dryland maize in northwest NSW. 14th Australian Society of Agronomy Conference, Gosford, Australia: The Regional Institute Ltd.
  • Cottee, N., Tan, D., Cothren, T., Bange, M., Campbell, L. (2008). Screening Cotton Cultivars for Thermotolerance under Field Conditions. World Cotton Research Conference-4, Lubbock, Texas, U.S.A.: OmniPress.
  • Cottee, N., Tan, D., Bange, M., Cheetham, J. (2008). Simple electrolyte leakage protocols to detect cold tolerance in cotton genotypes. World Cotton Research Conference-4, Lubbock, Texas, U.S.A.: OmniPress.
  • Tan, D., Wood, A., Mamun, M., Sutton, B., Castor, P. (2006). Changes in sorghum yield components after chilling. 13th Australian Society of Agronomy Conference 2006: 10-14 September 2006, Perth, Western Australia, Gosford, Australia: The Regional Institute Ltd.
  • Luelf, N., Tan, D., Hulugalle, N., Knox, O., Weaver, T., Field, D. (2006). Root turnover and microbial biomass in cotton farming systems. 13th Australian Society of Agronomy Conference (13th ASA), Australia: The Regional Institute Ltd.
  • Collier, M., Jobbins, S., Taylor, R., Cattle, S., Sheehy, P., Van Ekris-Schouten, I., Bartimote-Aufflick, K., Tan, D. (2005). Curriculum alignment and innovation in a new degree: Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Biosciences. CST T&L Showcase 2005, Australia: College of Sciences and Technology, Sydney University.
  • Daley, A., Tan, D., Wu, H. (2005). Phytotoxic effects of lippia (Phyla canescens) on germinating seeds. Fourth World Congress on Allelopathy, Gosford, NSW: The Regional Institute Limited.
  • Tan, D., Birch, C., Wearing, A., Rickert, K. (2004). Modelling Broccoli Development, Yield And Quality. 4th International Crop Science Congress, Burwood Vic: The Regional Institute Ltd.

2014

  • Ali, M., Al-Ani, A., Eamus, D., Tan, D. (2014). An Algorithm Based on the RGB Colour Model to Estimate Plant Chlorophyll and Nitrogen Contents. 2013 International Conference on Sustainable Environment and Agriculture, Singapore: International Association of Computer Science and Information Technology Press (IACSIT Press). [More Information]
  • Hulugalle, N., Broughton, K., Tan, D. (2014). Fine root production and mortality in irrigated cotton, maize and sorghum sown in vertisols of northern New South Wales, Australia. Soil and Tillage Research, (146), 313-322. [More Information]
  • Suenaga, H., Tan, D., Brock, P. (2014). Life-Cycle Assessment of rice production systems: Comparison of Lao PDR, Japan and Australia. 3rd New Zealand Life Cycle Assessment Conference, Wellington: Life Cycle Association of New Zealand and New Zealand Life Cycle Management Centre.
  • Tan, D., Koppi, A., Field, D. (2014). The Student Perspective in Developing Graduate Attributes Through Problem-Based Learning in First Year Agriculture Science. 20th Annual UniServe Science Conference: Australian Conference on Science and Mathematics Education (ACSME) 2014, Sydney: UniServe Science, University of Sydney.
  • Cottee, N., Wilson, I., Tan, D., Bange, M. (2014). Understanding the molecular events underpinning cultivar differences in the physiological performance and heat tolerance of cotton (Gossypium hirsutum). Functional Plant Biology: an international journal of plant function, 41(1), 56-67. [More Information]

2013

  • Najeeb, U., Tan, D., Bange, M. (2013). Aminoethoxyvinylglycine (AVG)-induced improved growth and fruit retention mitigate yield losses in waterlogged cotton. AACS 2013 Australian Cotton Research Conference, Narrabri: The Association of Australian Cotton Scientists.
  • Tan, D., Amthor, J. (2013). Bioenergy. In Zvy Dubinsky (Eds.), Photosynthesis, (pp. 299-330). Rijeka, Croatia: InTech Publishers.
  • Barbosa, M., Lobato, A., Tan, D., Viana, G., Coelho, K., Barbosa, J., Moraes, M., Costa, R., Filho, B., Neto, C. (2013). Bradyrhizobium improves nitrogen assimilation, osmotic adjustment and growth in contrasting cowpea cultivars under drought. Australian Journal of Crop Science, 7(13), 1983-1989.
  • Avila, F., Faquin, V., Lobato, A., Avila, P., Marques, D., Guedes, E., Tan, D. (2013). Effect of phosphite supply in nutrient solution on yield, phosphorus nutrition and enzymatic behavior in common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) plants. Australian Journal of Crop Science, 7(5), 713-722.
  • Broughton, K., Smith, R., Tan, D., Duursma, R., Payton, P., Bange, M., Tissue, D. (2013). Interactive effects of elevated [CO2], warming and water deficit on cotton physiology and growth. AACS 2013 Australian Cotton Research Conference, Narrabri: The Association of Australian Cotton Scientists.
  • Tan, D., Brock, P., Hulugalle, N., Quigley, G. (2013). Life cycle assessment of cotton-corn farming systems in the Namoi Valley, Australia. 8th Life Cycle Conference - Pathways to Greening Global Markets, Sydney, Australia: ALCAS.
  • Pereira, T., Lobato, A., Tan, D., da Costa, D., Uchôa, E., Ferreira, R., Pereira, E., Avila, F., Marques, D., Guedes, E. (2013). Positive interference of silicon on water relations, nitrogen metabolism, and osmotic adjustment in two pepper (Capsicum annuum) cultivars under water deficit. Australian Journal of Crop Science, 7(8), 1064-1071.
  • Ullah, N., Tan, D., Amthor, J., Bange, M. (2013). Pre-waterlogging application of aminoethoxyvinylglycine (AVG) improves fruit retention of waterlogged cotton. International Conference on Sustainable Water Use for Securing Food Production in the Mediterranean Region Under Changing Climate, Agadir, Morocco: SWUP-MED.
  • Devasirvatham, V., Gaur, P., Mallikarjuna, N., Raju, T., Trethowan, R., Tan, D. (2013). Reproductive biology of chickpea response to heat stress in the field is associated with the performance in controlled environments. Field Crops Research, 142, 9-19. [More Information]
  • Coleman, C., Hulugalle, N., Tan, D. (2013). Root growth of cotton under monoculture and in cotton and corn rotations. AACS 2013 Australian Cotton Research Conference, Narrabri: The Association of Australian Cotton Scientists.
  • Tan, D. (2013). What are biofuels? In Andrew Jaspan (Eds.), The Explainer: From Deja Vu to Why the Sky is Blue, and Other Conundrums, (pp. 77-79). Collingwood: CSIRO Publishing.
  • Kilby, C., Tan, D., Duggan, B. (2013). Yield components of high-yielding Australian cotton cultivars. Cotton Research Journal, 5(2), 117-130. [More Information]

2012

  • Ali, M., Al-Ani, A., Eamus, D., Tan, D. (2012). A New Image Processing Based Technique to Determine Chlorophyll in Plants. American-Eurasian Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, 12(10), 1323-1328. [More Information]
  • Ali, M., Al-Ani, A., Eamus, D., Tan, D. (2012). A New Image-Processing-Based Technique for Measuring Leaf Dimensions. American-Eurasian Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, 12(12), 1588-1594.
  • Devasirvatham, V., Trethowan, R., Gaur, P., Raju, T., Tan, D. (2012). Breeding targets to improve heat tolerance in chickpea. 19th EUCARPIA General Congress, Budapest, Hungary: Plant Breeding for Future Generations.
  • Tan, D., Hulugalle, N. (2012). Carbon contributions from roots in cotton based rotations. European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2012, Vienna, Austria: European Geosciences Union.
  • Cottee, N., Bange, M., Wilson, I., Tan, D. (2012). Developing controlled environment screening for high -temperature tolerance in cotton that accurately reflects performance in the field. Functional Plant Biology: an international journal of plant function, 39(8), 670-678. [More Information]
  • Tan, D. (2012). Developing heat tolerance in crop plants in the face of global warming. World Sustainable Agriculture Congress, Singapore: IMAPAC.
  • Devasirvatham, V., Gaur, P., Mallikarjuna, N., Raju, T., Trethowan, R., Tan, D. (2012). Effect of high temperature on the reproductive development of chickpea genotypes under controlled environments. Functional Plant Biology: an international journal of plant function, 39(12), 1009-1018. [More Information]
  • Devasirvatham, V., Tan, D., Gaur, P., Raju, T., Trethowan, R. (2012). Effects of high temperature at different developmental stages on the yield of chickpea. 16th Australian Agronomy Conference 2012, Armidale, NSW: The Regional Institute Ltd.
  • Devasirvatham, V., Tan, D., Gaur, P., Raju, T., Trethowan, R. (2012). High temperature tolerance in chickpea and its implications for plant improvement. Crop and Pasture Science, 63(5), 419-422. [More Information]
  • Tan, D., Quigley, G., Herridge, D., Hulugalle, N., Schwenke, G., Brock, P., Madden, P. (2012). Identifying opportunities to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from agricultural production: a Life Cycle Assessment approach. Joint Australian and New Zealand Soil Science Conference, Hobart, Tasmania: Soil Science Australia and New Zealand Society for Soil Science.
  • Ali, M., Al-Ani, A., Eamus, D., Tan, D. (2012). Leaf Nitrogen Determination using Handheld Meters. 16th Australian Agronomy Conference 2012, Armidale, NSW: The Regional Institute Ltd.
  • Tan, D., Odeh, I., Ancev, T. (2012). Potential biodiesel crops for marginal land in Australia. 16th Australian Agronomy Conference 2012, Armidale, NSW: The Regional Institute Ltd.
  • Tan, D., Broughton, K., Knox, O., Hulugalle, N. (2012). Soil microbial biomass and root growth in Bt and non-Bt cotton. European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2012, Vienna, Austria: European Geosciences Union.
  • Tan, D. (2012). Tequila Sunrise. Australasian Science, Jan/Feb 2012, 31-33.
  • Alves, G., Filho, B., Lobato, A., Tan, D., Neto, C., da Costa, R., Avila, F., Marques, D., Galate, R. (2012). Water relations, nitrogen compounds and enzyme activities in leaf and root of young Yellow Lapacho (Tabebuia serratifolia) plants subjected to flooding. Plant Omics, 5(3), 216-222.
  • Kilby, C., Tan, D., Duggan, B., Constable, G. (2012). Yield components of high-yielding Australian cotton cultivars. 16th Australian Agronomy Conference 2012, Armidale, NSW: The Regional Institute Ltd.

2011

  • Conaty, W., Neilsen, J., Mahan, J., Sutton, B., Tan, D. (2011). A Thermal Optimum Approach to Irrigation Scheduling in Australian Drip Irrigated Cotton. World Cotton Research Conference 5, New Delhi, India: Excel India Publishers.
  • Holtum, J., Chambers, D., Morgan, T., Tan, D. (2011). Agave as a biofuel feedstock in Australia. Global Change Biology, Bioenergy, 3, 58-67. [More Information]
  • Tan, D., Ormiston, S., Bange, M., Amthor, J. (2011). Effect of cool conditions on cotton seedlings. World Cotton Research Conference 5, New Delhi, India: Excel India Publishers.
  • Broughton, K., Tan, D., Tissue, D., Bange, M., Amthor, J. (2011). Industrial-age changes in climate affect cotton physiology and productivity. World Cotton Research Conference 5, New Delhi, India: Excel India Publishers.
  • Yan, X., Tan, D., Inderwildi, O., Smith, J., King, D. (2011). Life cycle energy and greenhouse gas analysis for agave-derived bioethanol. Energy and Environmental Science, 4, 3110-3121. [More Information]
  • Cottee, N., Bange, M., Tan, D., Cothren, J. (2011). Multi-Level Determination for Heat Tolerance of Cotton Cultivars. World Cotton Research Conference 5, New Delhi, India: Excel India Publishers.
  • Odeh, I., Tan, D., Ancev, T. (2011). Potential Suitability and Viability of Selected Biodiesel Crops in Australian Marginal Agricultural Lands Under Current and Future Climates. BioEnergy Research, 4(3), 165-179. [More Information]

2010

  • Tuck, C., Tan, D., Bange, M., Stiller, W. (2010). Cold tolerance screening for cotton cultivars using germination chill protocols. 15th Australian Agronomy Conference: Food Security from Sustainable Agriculture 2010, Australia: The Regional Institute Ltd.
  • Stefanski, E., Garcia, S., Farina, S., Tan, D., Tanner, D. (2010). Effects of sowing rate and grazing management of forage rape (Brassica napus) on grazing behaviour and utilisation by dairy cattle. Animal Production Science, 50(6), 560-567.
  • Devasirvatham, V., Tan, D., Trethowan, R., Gaur, P., Mallikarjuna, N. (2010). Impact of high temperature on the reproductive stage of chickpea. 15th Australian Agronomy Conference: Food Security from Sustainable Agriculture 2010, Australia: The Regional Institute Ltd.
  • Cottee, N., Tan, D., Bange, M., Cothren, J., Campbell, L. (2010). Multi-Level Determination of Heat Tolerance in Cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.) under Field Conditions. Crop Science, 50, 2553-2564. [More Information]
  • Hulugalle, N., Weaver, T., Finlay, L., Broughton, K., Tan, D. (2010). Potential contribution by corn and Bollgard II cotton roots to soil carbon stocks in a furrow-irrigated Vertisol. 19th World Congress of Soil Science Soil solutions for a changing world, Brisbane: International Union of Soil Sciences (IUSS).

2009

  • Errington, M., Campbell, L., Rochester, I., Tan, D. (2009). Nitrogen Allocation in High Yielding Bollgard II Cotton. 16th International Plant Nutrition Colloquium (IPNC), USA: University of California, Davis.
  • Hulugalle, N., Weaver, T., Finlay, L., Luelf, N., Tan, D. (2009). Potential contribution by cotton roots to soil carbon stocks in irrigated Vertosols. Australian Journal of Soil Research, 47(3), 243-252.
  • Lobato, A., Luz, L., Costa, R., Tan, D., Bonato, C., Silva, M., Oliveira Neto, C., Silva, L. (2009). Relationship between chlorophyll a and total soluble carbohydrates in pepper submitted to water deficiency. Journal of Animal and Plant Sciences (JAPS), 5(2), 515-526.

2008

  • Conaty, W., Tan, D., Constable, G., Sutton, B., Field, D., Mamun, M. (2008). Agronomy & Soils Genetic Variation for Waterlogging Tolerance in Cotton. Journal of Cotton Science, 12, 53-61.
  • Tuck, C., Bange, M., Tan, D., Stiller, W. (2008). Assessing cultivar cold tolerance using germination chill protocols - preliminary studies. 14th Australian Cotton Conference, Queensland, Australia: Australian Cotton Growers Research Association.
  • Terry, J., Tan, D., Hulugalle, N., Field, D., Weaver, T., Knox, O. (2008). Cotton yield and soil carbon under continuous cotton, cotton-corn, cotton-vetch-corn and cotton-wheat rotations. 14th Australian Society of Agronomy Conference, Gosford, Australia: The Regional Institute Ltd.
  • Errington, M., Campbell, L., Rochester, I., Tan, D. (2008). Efficacy of foliar fertilization in cotton. World Cotton Research Conference-4, Lubbock, Texas, U.S.A.: OmniPress.
  • Cottee, N., Bange, M., Tan, D., Campbell, L. (2008). Identifying Cotton Cultivars for Hotter Temperatures. 14th Australian Cotton Conference, Queensland, Australia: Australian Cotton Growers Research Association.
  • Holden, J., Devereux, A., Hulugalle, N., Fukai, S., Terry, J., Tan, D. (2008). Irrigated maize in cotton systems. 14th Australian Cotton Conference, Queensland, Australia: Australian Cotton Growers Research Association.
  • Simons (Karakira), S., Tan, D., Belfield, S., Martin, B. (2008). Plant populations to improve yield of dryland maize in northwest NSW. 14th Australian Society of Agronomy Conference, Gosford, Australia: The Regional Institute Ltd.
  • Cottee, N., Tan, D., Cothren, T., Bange, M., Campbell, L. (2008). Screening Cotton Cultivars for Thermotolerance under Field Conditions. World Cotton Research Conference-4, Lubbock, Texas, U.S.A.: OmniPress.
  • Cottee, N., Tan, D., Bange, M., Cheetham, J. (2008). Simple electrolyte leakage protocols to detect cold tolerance in cotton genotypes. World Cotton Research Conference-4, Lubbock, Texas, U.S.A.: OmniPress.

2007

  • Tan, D., Daley, A., Wu, H. (2007). Allelopathic potential of lippia (Phyla canescens) on germinating seeds. Allelopathy Journal, 19(1), 257-265.
  • McDowell, A., Bange, M., Tan, D. (2007). Cold temperature exposure at 10 degrees C for 10 and 20 nights does not reduce tissue viability in vegetative and early flowering cotton plants. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture ('09 renamed: Animal Production Science), 47(2), 198-207.
  • Odeh, I., Tan, D. (2007). Expanding Biofuel Production in Australia: Opportunities Beyond the Horizon. Farm Policy Journal, 4(2), 29-39.
  • Wu, H., Walker, S., Rollin, M., Tan, D., Robinson, G., Werth, J. (2007). Germination, persistence, and emergence of flaxleaf fleabane (Conyza bonariensis [L.] Cronquist). Weed Biology and Management, 7(3), 192-199.

2006

  • Tan, D., Wood, A., Mamun, M., Sutton, B., Castor, P. (2006). Changes in sorghum yield components after chilling. 13th Australian Society of Agronomy Conference 2006: 10-14 September 2006, Perth, Western Australia, Gosford, Australia: The Regional Institute Ltd.
  • Luelf, N., Tan, D., Hulugalle, N., Knox, O., Weaver, T., Field, D. (2006). Root turnover and microbial biomass in cotton farming systems. 13th Australian Society of Agronomy Conference (13th ASA), Australia: The Regional Institute Ltd.
  • Wood, A., Tan, D., Mamun, M., Sutton, B. (2006). Sorghum can Compensate for Chilling-Induced Grain Loss. Journal of Agronomy and Crop Science, 192(6), 445-451.

2005

  • Collier, M., Jobbins, S., Taylor, R., Cattle, S., Sheehy, P., Van Ekris-Schouten, I., Bartimote-Aufflick, K., Tan, D. (2005). Curriculum alignment and innovation in a new degree: Bachelor of Animal and Veterinary Biosciences. CST T&L Showcase 2005, Australia: College of Sciences and Technology, Sydney University.
  • Daley, A., Tan, D., Wu, H. (2005). Phytotoxic effects of lippia (Phyla canescens) on germinating seeds. Fourth World Congress on Allelopathy, Gosford, NSW: The Regional Institute Limited.

2004

  • Tan, D., Birch, C., Wearing, A., Rickert, K. (2004). Modelling Broccoli Development, Yield And Quality. 4th International Crop Science Congress, Burwood Vic: The Regional Institute Ltd.

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