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Studies on yield stability from the point of view of character variability in crops. V. Variations in characters of panicle shape in rice cultivars



Studies on yield stability from the point of view of character variability in crops. V. Variations in characters of panicle shape in rice cultivars



Scientific Reports of the Kyoto Prefectural University (34): 1-5



In 6 rice variation in number of spikelets/panicle was greater than that in rachis length and was largely due to differences in the number of secondary rachis branches/panicle. Variations in lengths of primary and secondary rachis branches, in number of spikelets/primary or secondary rachis branch and spikelet setting densities on primary or secondary branches were small. Setting density and secondary branches was c. 3 times that on primary branches.

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