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Response of Coffea arabica varieties to different photoperiods



Response of Coffea arabica varieties to different photoperiods



Ciencia e Cultura 27: 236



Five varieties were kept in the light for 12 h and 18 h. Seedlings kept in long-day conditions produced almost twice the number of leaves and of plagiotropic branches. Height was also increased, but to a lesser degree.

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