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Genetic effects of seed multiplication in different environments on natural populations of Lotus corniculatus L. and L. tenuis Wald. & Kit



Genetic effects of seed multiplication in different environments on natural populations of Lotus corniculatus L. and L. tenuis Wald. & Kit



Sementi Elette 37(5): 3-6



Genetic shifts in natural Italian populations were studied after multiplication in contrasting environments (central Italy and Wisconsin, USA) under conditions of controlled and open pollination. There were significant shifts in mean performance and variation for the traits examined (date of first flower, growth habit, leaf number, mean stem length and dry matter yield).

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