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A comparative study of conventional, leafless and semi-leafless phenotypes of peas: photosynthetic CO2 fixation in vitro



A comparative study of conventional, leafless and semi-leafless phenotypes of peas: photosynthetic CO2 fixation in vitro



Canadian Journal of Plant Science 61(3): 665-671



Near-isogenic lines of Century, Freezer and Trapper for leafless (afaf stst) and semileafless (afaf ++) and of Freezer for reduced stipules (++ stst) were compared with normal plants. In all three cases, the leafless mutant had less chlorophyll per mg fresh weight than the normal plants. In Freezer and Trapper, the semileafless mutants had a lower chlorophyll content than the normal plants; in Century, the semileafless mutant had a higher chlorophyll content than the normal plants.

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DOI: 10.4141/cjps81-092


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