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Studies on the sensitivity of rice to temperature and illumination. III. On variation in heading date due to changes in sowing date.



Studies on the sensitivity of rice to temperature and illumination. III. On variation in heading date due to changes in sowing date.



Ikushugaku Zasshi/Jap. J. Breeding. 3(3-4): 27-35



Data on the vegetative period of a world collection of rice varieties sown in April, May, June and July are presented. Many of the varieties could be classified into one of two groups, the first comprising varieties whose vegetative period is curtailed by high temperature, and the second, those in which the vegetative period is reduced by short photoperiods. These two groups are characteristic of northern and southern Japan respectively.

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