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Variation in architectural and clonal growth traits within seed population of white clover (Trifolium repens L.) in a Trifolium repens-Zoysia japonica sward



Variation in architectural and clonal growth traits within seed population of white clover (Trifolium repens L.) in a Trifolium repens-Zoysia japonica sward



Grassland Science 42(3): 202-210



In a Trifolium repens-Zoysia japonica sward, new members of T. repens recruit frequently via seed reproduction into the adult population. In this paper, the amount and pattern of genetic variation in architectural and clonal growth traits were assessed within the seed population of T. repens to understand the extent to which variation is passed on via seed reproduction to the adult population. Interrelationships between these traits, especially between stolon attributes were also examined.

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