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The vernalization requirement of synthesized Brassica napus lines and their ancestral parents


, : The vernalization requirement of synthesized Brassica napus lines and their ancestral parents. Seed and Plant 7(1-2): 15-24 (Pe), 3 (en)

The vernalization requirement of 70 synthesized amphidiploid rapeseed lines and their parental lines were evaluated in the greenhouse. Inheritance of this trait was studied in the cross B. oleracea X B. campestris. Winter-type synthesized rapeseed genotypes with high vernalization requirement as well as spring-type genotypes were examined. The relationship between vernalization requirement and cold resistance was determined in field experiments at 3 locations for 2 years.


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