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The effects of temperature and light intensity on the tiller development of rice


, : The effects of temperature and light intensity on the tiller development of rice. Memoirs of the College of Agriculture, National Taiwan University 30(2): 22-30

Rice Taichung Native 1 and Taichung 65 were grown at day/night temperatures of 30/25 or 25/20 degrees C with normal light or 25 or 75% shading. Tiller numbers decreased as shading increased and the decrease was greater at higher temperatures. Shading decreased the tillering rate and delayed tillering.

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