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Relationships between yield, morphological and biological characteristics in soyabeans from different countries



Relationships between yield, morphological and biological characteristics in soyabeans from different countries



Rivista di Agronomia 13(1): 157-168



In field trials in 1975-6 at Padua, 56 soyabean (13 from (a) Canada, 2 from (b) Australia, 20 from (c) Japan and 21 from (d) USA) from a range of maturity classes were sown and their biological, morphological and yield characteristics compared. Seed yield/plant was correlated with lateness of maturity, plant ht., 1000 seed wt., duration of flowering and number of pods/plant. Seed yield/plant was significantly correlated (r = 0.994) with protein yield/plant.

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