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Ranking of soybean cultivars for resistance to ozone using different ozone doses and response measures



Ranking of soybean cultivars for resistance to ozone using different ozone doses and response measures



Environmental Pollution 19(1): 1-10



The relative resistance (ranking) of soybean, Glycine max (L.) Merr. cv. Dare, Hood, Lee 68 and Scott to O3 was affected by the O3 concentration, duration of exposure and the response measure selected as the criterion for ranking. The ranking of cultivars obtained by exposure to chronic doses of O3 was often different from that obtained by exposure to acute doses. Rankings bases on growth effects were usually different from those based on foliar injury. Rankings based on primary leaf injury sometimes differed from those based on trifoliate leaf injury.

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DOI: 10.1016/0013-9327(79)90108-3



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