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Lazy, an a-geotropic form of maize. 'Gravitational indifference' rather than structural weakness accounts for prostrate growth-habit of this form



Lazy, an a-geotropic form of maize. 'Gravitational indifference' rather than structural weakness accounts for prostrate growth-habit of this form



J. Hered, 27: 93-96



Evidence is presented to shew that except for young plants in the dark, maize homozygous for the gene 'lazy' is ageotropic and it is considered that this is the chief cause of its prostrate habit of growth in the field.

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