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Cyanogenic characterization of a white clover (Trifolium repens L.) collection in Pergamino, Argentina



Cyanogenic characterization of a white clover (Trifolium repens L.) collection in Pergamino, Argentina



Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter (123): 41-45



Cyanide production (CP) in white clover accessions varies among populations and among plants within populations. Several factors affect CP distribution and temperature is the most important. In order to use this character to describe a germplasm collection of this species, the frequency of cyanogenic plants was evaluated in 53 naturalized populations collected in Argentina and in 21 introduced populations. The percentage of cyanogenic plants was high in the naturalized populations.

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