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Environmental effects on agronomic characters and their developmental stability in rice. II. Effects of dwarfing genes on within-plant variation of agronomic characters



Environmental effects on agronomic characters and their developmental stability in rice. II. Effects of dwarfing genes on within-plant variation of agronomic characters



Journal of Agriculture and Forestry 31(2): 89-96



In a study of 19 dwarfing genes in isogenic lines of Shiokari, the genes were classified into 4 groups according to their pleiotropic effects on 7 yield components.

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