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Phenology of Merremia dissecta (Jacq) Hall. F. var. edentata (Meissn.) O'Donnel (Convolvulaceae)

, : Phenology of Merremia dissecta (Jacq) Hall. F. var. edentata (Meissn.) O'Donnel (Convolvulaceae). Revista de Agricultura 60(3): 267-277

M. dissecta seeds were sown on 19 Jan. 1980 and transplanted in the field on 22 Feb. 1980 or sown on 30 Aug. 1980 and transplanted on 6 Oct. 1980. Their development was monitored weekly. Jan.-sown plants completed their life cycle but those sown in Aug. did not and were highly susceptible to Albugo sp.

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