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Correlations between site factors, morphological characters, physiological properties and chromosome numbers in meadow grass (Poa pratensis L.)



Correlations between site factors, morphological characters, physiological properties and chromosome numbers in meadow grass (Poa pratensis L.)



Zeitschrift fur Acker und Pflanzenbau 138(3): 197-219



Vegetative and reproductive characters were studied in ten wild plants from each of 180 sites in the German Federal Republic, together with 28 German and foreign cultivars, 42 other collections, and plants from 21 further sites. Low mean annual temperatures at the site of origin appear to result in the selection of forms with lower stature and later panicle emergence.

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