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Instability in cyanogenic and acyanogenic phenotypes of white clover (Trifolium repens L.)



Instability in cyanogenic and acyanogenic phenotypes of white clover (Trifolium repens L.)



Forage Notes 1988; 31: 66-68



Seeds were obtained from ecotypes on Prince Edward Island (E41) and in New Brunswick (E48), regions with marked climatic differences, and sown in the greenhouse; the resulting plants were maintained at 12-18 and 15-28 degrees C in winter and summer, respectively. The plants were assessed for cyanogenesis, using the sodium picrate paper test on leaves in July, 1986, and May, 1987.

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