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Effects of different reduced height and photoperiod insensitivity genes on agronomic characters in common wheat



Effects of different reduced height and photoperiod insensitivity genes on agronomic characters in common wheat



Orta Anadolu' da hububat tarmnn sorunlar ve cozum yollar Sempozyumu, Konya, Turkey, 8-11 Haziran 1999: 34-42



This study was carried out to detect the pleiotropic effects of different reduced height and daylength insensitivity genes on agronomic traits in wheat lines grown under Mediterranean lowland conditions in the Antalya region of western Turkey.

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