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Variability of resistance in a plant population and its role in the evolution and breeding of plants in respect of resistance to extreme environmental factors



Variability of resistance in a plant population and its role in the evolution and breeding of plants in respect of resistance to extreme environmental factors



Ekol genet rast i zhivotnykh Tez dokl Vses konf, 2: 152



Quantitative differences in individual plant resistance to stress within a population have been demonstrated in wheat varieties in relation to salt tress. As the stress load increases, so does the variation in resistance. As a result of the elimination of susceptible plants, the general resistance of the surviving population increases.

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