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Studies in vernalization of cereals. 1. A comparative study of vernalization of winter rye by low temperature and by short days



Studies in vernalization of cereals. 1. A comparative study of vernalization of winter rye by low temperature and by short days



Ann. Bot. Lond, 1: 569-91



The effects of varying preliminary periods of low temperature and short days on the subsequent development of winter rye are described. Both treatments result in acceleration of flowering. With low-temperature treatment four days' exposure leads to a definite response, and the magnitude of the response increases with the duration of treatment up to a limit of fourteen weeks, after which winter rye is indistinguishable from spring rye in its flowering behaviour.

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