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Variability of some morphological characters of festuca pratensis alopecurus pratensis and poa trivialis



Variability of some morphological characters of festuca pratensis alopecurus pratensis and poa trivialis



Acta Agrobotanica 29(2): 137-158



The blades and ligules show the highest variability in contrast to the small variability of the length of inflorescences. There is a clear relationship between height of generative shoots and soil moisture. Correlations between some morphological characters were established. The study was related to using some ecotypes and morphological variants in breeding.

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