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The effect of light on development of the rosette growth habit of winter wheat triticum aestivum cultivar kharkov 22mc



The effect of light on development of the rosette growth habit of winter wheat triticum aestivum cultivar kharkov 22mc



Canadian Journal of Botany 62(4): 818-822



Young plants of the cold-hardy winter wheat (T. aestivum L. emend. Thell.) Kharkov 22 MC did not develop a typical prostrate or rosette growth habit unless light supply exceeded 350 klx .cntdot. day-1. Prostate habit developed under both short (10-h) and long (16-h or 24-h) photoperiods. Under a given photoperiod, expression of this trait intensified as light intensities increased. This was demonstrated in both field and growth-cabinet experiments. The degree of development of the rosette growth habit may be assessed by plotting plant height against plant age. Plants that develop typical rosettes decline in height when the rosettes develop whereas plants that remain erect show a continuous increase in height.

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