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Two distinct growth types for number of developed leaves, heading time, culm and panicle lengths, and internode length within near-isogenic lines of rice



Two distinct growth types for number of developed leaves, heading time, culm and panicle lengths, and internode length within near-isogenic lines of rice



JARQ, Japan Agricultural Research Quarterly 39(3): 169-174



There are two growth types of plants for the number of developed leaves, heading time, and culm and panicle lengths within a population of a homozygous rice cultivar. However, this phenomenon has not been deeply investigated, because of lack of concrete data. Rice breeders and physiologists have paid little attention to it, regarding it as a genetically uncontrollable environmental variation.

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