Dr. Song Cui

Assistant Professor

Dr. Song Cui
615-898-5833
Room 102, Horticulture Facility (HC)
MTSU Box 5, Murfreesboro, TN 37132

Degree Information

  • Ph.D., Texas Tech University (2011)
  • B.S., Lanzhou University (2006)

Publications

Yang, X., L. Zheng, Q. Yang, Z. Wang, S. Cui, and Y. Shen. 2018. Modeling the effects of conservation tillage on crop water productivity, soil water dynamics and evapotranspiration of a maize-winter wheat-soybean rotation system on the Loess Plateau of China using APSIM. Agric. Syst. 166:111-123.  

Li, Z., X. Yang, S.Cui, Q. Yang, X. Yang, J. Li, Y. Shen. 2018. Developing sustainable crop rotation with conservation tillage practices on the Loess ...

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Yang, X., L. Zheng, Q. Yang, Z. Wang, S. Cui, and Y. Shen. 2018. Modeling the effects of conservation tillage on crop water productivity, soil water dynamics and evapotranspiration of a maize-winter wheat-soybean rotation system on the Loess Plateau of China using APSIM. Agric. Syst. 166:111-123.  

Li, Z., X. Yang, S.Cui, Q. Yang, X. Yang, J. Li, Y. Shen. 2018. Developing sustainable crop rotation with conservation tillage practices on the Loess Plateau, a long-term imperative. Field Crops Res. 222:164-179.  

Li, Z., X. Lai, Q. Yang, X. Yang, S. Cui and Y. Shen. 2018. In search of long-term sustainable tillage and straw mulching practices for a maize-winter wheat-soybean rotation system in the Loess Plateau of China. Field Crops Res. 217:199-210.  

Li, Z., Q. Zhang, Q. Yang, X, Yang, J. Li, S. Cui, and Y. Shen. 2017. Yield, Water Productivity and Economic Return of Dryland Wheat in the Loess Plateau in Response to Conservation Tillage Practices. J. Agric. Sci. 155:1272-1286.  

Sharma, S., N. Rajan, S. Cui, K. Casey, S. Ale, R. Jessup, C. West and S. Maas. 2017. Seasonal variability of evapotranspiration and carbon exchanges over a biomass sorghum field in the Southern US Great Plains. Biomass Bioenergy 105:392-401.

Attia, A, N. Rajan, G. Ritchie, E. Barnes, S.Cui, A. Ibrahim, D. Hays, Q. Xue, and J. Wilborn. 2015. Yield, quality, and spectral reflectance responses of cotton under subsurface drip irrigation. Agron. J. 107:1355-1364.

Rajan, N., S.J. Maas R. Kellison, M. Dollar, S. Cui, S. Sharma, and A. Attia. 2015. Emitter uniformity and application efficiency for center pivot irrigation systems. Irrig. Drain. 64:353-361.

Rajan, N, S.J. Maas, and S. Cui. 2015. Extreme drought effects on summer evapotranspiration and energy balance of a grassland in the Southern Great Plains. Ecohydrol. 8:1194-1204.

Mirik, M., Y. Emendack, A. Attia, S. Chaudhuri, M. Roy, G.F. Backoulou, and S. Cui. 2014. Detecting musk thistle (Carduus nutans) infection using a target recognition algorithm. Adv. Remote Sens. 3:95–105.

Cui, S., C.J. Zilverberg, V.G. Allen, C.P. Brown, J. Moore-Kucera, D.B. Wester, M. Mirik, S. Chaudhuri, and N. Phillips. 2014. Carbon and nitrogen responses of three old world bluestems to nitrogen fertilization or inclusion of a legume. Field Crops Res. 164:45–53.

Cui, S., E. Youn, J. Lee, and S.J. Maas. 2014. An improved systematic approach to predicting transcription factor target genes using support vector machine. PLoS ONE 9(4): e94519.

Mirik, M., R.J. Ansley, K. Steddom, C.M. Rush, G.J. Michels, Jr., F. Workneh, S. Cui, and N.C. Elliott. 2014. High spectral and spatial resolution hyperspectral imagery for quantifying Russian wheat aphid infestation in wheat using the constrained energy minimization classifier. J. Appl. Remote Sens. 8(1):083661.

Cui, S., N. Rajan, S.J. Maas, and E. Youn. 2014. An automated soil line identification method using relevance vector machine. Remote Sens. Lett. 5:175–184.

Rajan, N, S.J. Maas, and S. Cui. 2013. Extreme drought effects on carbon dynamics of a pasture in the semi-arid Southern High Plains of Texas. Agron. J. 105:1749–1760.

Cui, S., V.G. Allen, C.P. Brown, and D.B. Wester. 2013. Growth and nutritive value of three old world bluestems and three legumes in semiarid Texas High Plains. Crop Sci. 53:329–340.

Li, C., Z. Nan, S. Cui, Y. Hu, D. Li, Q. Li, Y. Li, and Z. Li. 2003. Pathogenicity of ten fungi affecting three common cool-season turfgrasses of China. Pratacultural Sci. 20:75–77.

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