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Control of flowering of orhard grass (Dactylis glomerata L.) VIII. Interaction of daylength and temperature for floral induction and inflorescence differentiation in D. glomerata subsp. judaica



Control of flowering of orhard grass (Dactylis glomerata L.) VIII. Interaction of daylength and temperature for floral induction and inflorescence differentiation in D. glomerata subsp. judaica



Journal of Japanese Society of Grassland Science 28(4): 413-419



D. glomerata subsp. judaica was at 10 or 20 deg C and a 10-h photoperiod or under continuous light. Floral induction occurred rapidly under short daylength and was accelerated by low temp. Flowers were not induced under continuous light except at low temp. The promotive effect of low temp. was greater when applied after short day treatment than before treatment, being effective 5-7 days after the light treatment.

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