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Variability and inheritance of early ripening in Lupinus albus following treatment with chemical mutagens

Variability and inheritance of early ripening in Lupinus albus following treatment with chemical mutagens

Khim mutagenez i immunitet: 198-204

Seeds of Kievskii Mutant and Kievskii Skorospelyi were treated with 1,4-bisdiazoacetylbutane, N-nitroso-N-ethylurea, ethyleneimine and dimethyl sulphate to produce early high-yielding forms for use in Belorussia. The frequency of early forms in the M2 is indicated. In the M3, the early mutants had a growth period of 111-117 days.

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