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Studies on the genetics of the tendency towards the prostrate habit in wheat and on the relation between this feature and the most important characters of the plant. II. On the relation between the tendency towards the prostrate habit and the most important characters of the plant, in particular, maturation period.



Studies on the genetics of the tendency towards the prostrate habit in wheat and on the relation between this feature and the most important characters of the plant. II. On the relation between the tendency towards the prostrate habit and the most important characters of the plant, in particular, maturation period.



Ikushugaku Zasshi [Japan. J. Breeding



Studies are reported on correlations observed between the habit of the juvenile plant, whether procumbent or erect, and various adult characters, in the F2-F4 of Hokuriku 13 x Saitama 27. Using a scale of 16 for the series procumbent-erect, a strong correlation was detected between juvenile habit and length of heading and flowering period, and a weaker correlation between juvenile habit and number of tillers, tendency towards shattering, and length of awn.

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