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Translocation and distribution of 14C assimilates in soya-bean varieties differing in growth habit



Translocation and distribution of 14C assimilates in soya-bean varieties differing in growth habit



Proceedings of the Crop Science Society of Japan Nihon Sakumotsugakkai Kiji 44(2): 185-193



At early flowering, the determinate variety Tokachinagaha had the highest rate of translocation of 14C assimilates followed by Koganejiro (intermediate) and Harosoy (indeterminate).

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