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Cool weather tolerance in soyabean breeding



Cool weather tolerance in soyabean breeding



Advances in legume science: 287-288



Data on several agronomic characters from three cool and five normal years at Tokachi and from coastal and mountain sites (which were cooler than Tokachi) were used to calculate cool tolerance indices (CTI) as follows: CTI = A/B X 100 (%), where A is the value for the character under cool and B the value under normal conditions. The cultivars Shinsei, Kitamusume Karikachi and Kitamishiro were little affected by cool conditions.

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