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Biological basis of the hybrid seed production in peppers (Capsicum annuum, L.)

, : Biological basis of the hybrid seed production in peppers (Capsicum annuum, L.). Acta Horticulturae 83: 83-87

Aspects of the biology of flowering and pollution, including pollen viability and stigma receptivity, were studied in several cultivars under field conditions from June to August. Reciprocal differences in seed number were observed in two crosses.

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