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Inheritance of delayed flowering in soybeans

Inheritance of delayed flowering in soybeans

Soybean Genetics Newsletter 18: 293-297

F85-1226 and F85-8417 are delayed flowering isolines of F85-1221 and F85-8416, respectively, and were selected for delayed flowering in the field in the F8 generation of the cross (Kirby X (Forrest (3) X D77-12480) X Will). All 4 lines were crossed as seed parents to Essex. The cross F85-1226 X F85-8417 was also made. Parents, F1s and F2s were grown under continuous short days (9.5 h; treatment 1) or under short days for 8 days and then to 16 h days thereafter (treatment 2).

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