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Genetic characterization of flowering responses to photothermal environment



Genetic characterization of flowering responses to photothermal environment



Aspects of Applied Biology ( 34): 79-88



The duration from sowing to flowering (f) in annual crops is an important component of the adaptation of a variety to a particular agroecological zone. Varieties share a similar mode of response with regard to the effect of photothermal environment on the rate of progress to flowering (1/f), but often with considerable intervarietal quantitative differences.

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