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Some aspects of the genetics of tea plant. II. Selecting forms of tea with genetic markers and their breeding value



Some aspects of the genetics of tea plant. II. Selecting forms of tea with genetic markers and their breeding value



Subtropicheskie Kul' tury (2): 36-44



The selection and use of genetic markers in the Georgian SSR is dealt with under the following headings: selection of new forms in relation to vegetative and reproductive activity; selection in relation to growth period; colour of young leaves and shoots in tea forms as a genetic marker; selection in relation to leaf size; selection in relation to growth and development of the young plant; and selection in relation to the angle of leaf attachment of the seedling.

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