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Studies on variation due to differing cultivation conditions and genetic variation in quantitative characters in rice



Studies on variation due to differing cultivation conditions and genetic variation in quantitative characters in rice



Journal of Agricultural Research of China Chung hua Nung yeh Yen chiu 26(2): 113-122



The japonica varieties Tainan 3, Chianung 242 and their F2 generation were grown at two plant densities and two nitrogen levels (80 and 120 kg/ha). The high nitrogen treatment increased plant height, panicle number, weight and length, and grain number per panicle, whereas the high plant density decreased these characters.

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