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Studies on organ development in soya bean. II. Varietal classification of the development of the internodes of the main stem



Studies on organ development in soya bean. II. Varietal classification of the development of the internodes of the main stem



Journal of the Agricultural Association of China Chung hua Nung yeh Yen chiu 101: 56-63



Internode lengths of 123 varieties showed three patterns. In the type designated NI internode length increased from the lower part of the stem to the middle, in NII the internode length increased from the lower to the upper part of the stem and in NIII (short-internode type) internode length was constant.

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