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Intra-plant variability in seed size and quality in Lupinus albus L


Agronomie 14(1): 5-13
Intra-plant variability in seed size and quality in Lupinus albus L
In field trials at Lusignan, France, in 1989-91, the indeterminate L. albus Lunoble, dwarf line XA100 and the determinate line CH304/70 were sown in Oct. in rows 60 cm apart at densities of 12 or 20 plants/msuperscript 2 and irrigated to crop requirement until mid-July. Mean seed weight differed significantly between years and decreased slightly with plant density but the major origin of variation in individual seed mass was within-pod-level variation.


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