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Relationships between plant type index and plant characters or chemical components on reed canarygrass (Phalaris arundinacea L.) clones

Relationships between plant type index and plant characters or chemical components on reed canarygrass (Phalaris arundinacea L.) clones

Grassland Science 49(4): 384-390

A study on the morphology and chemical components of reed canary grass (P. arundinacea) clones, collected from domestic grasslands and randomly selected from cultivar Palaton, was conducted. To estimate the plant type indexes at both the first and the second cutting stages, data on panicle length, internode length, leaflet length, and leaflet width were integrated using the principal component analysis. The plant type index at the first cutting stage was expressed by 2 main factors.

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