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IPARInjury Prevention and Rehabilitation (Australian National University)
IPARInstitute for Policy Analysis and Research
IPARIntercepted Photosynthetically Active Radiation
IPARInstitute of Personality Assessment and Research (now Institute of Personality and Social Research; University of California, Berkeley)
IPARIntegrity Professionalism Accountability Respect (Vancouver Police Department, Canada motto)
IPARIncident Photosynthetically Active Radiation (at the top of the plant canopy)
IPARIndividual Procurement Action Report
IPARIntegrated Primary Analysis and Reporting (genome analyzer)
IPARImproved Pulse Acquisition Radar
IPARInformal Performance Assessment Report
IPARInternational Police Aviation Research
IPARInterpolyelectrolyte Addition Reaction
IPARInternational Partpintabian Association and Registry
IPARIssue Performance Analysis and Reporting
IPARIn-Place Augmented Reality
IPARInternational Platform for Advanced Recycling
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Although CGR prior to canopy closure is thought to be predominately controlled by LI for a specific crop (Loomis and Connor, 1992), other research has shown that radiation use efficiency (the effect of LI on CGR as measured by gram of TDM accumulated per megajoule of intercepted photosynthetically active radiation) varies with row spacing and year (Board and Harville, 1996).
Radiation use efficiency between emergence and 70 d after emergence was determined by dividing TDM at 70 d after emergence by the sum of intercepted photosynthetically active radiation during this period.
Relationship between kernel number (KN) per plant and intercepted photosynthetically active radiation (IPAR in MJ per plant [d.sup.-1]) during three different periods around silking for maize hybrid DK 636 grown at three plant densities and one thinning comparison at Balcarce, Argentina, during 1994-1995 (n = 4), Exp.