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Studies on the sensitivity to temperature and to illumination of rice. I. On the sensitivity to temperature and to illumination of Japanese rice varieties and their geographical distribution.



Studies on the sensitivity to temperature and to illumination of rice. I. On the sensitivity to temperature and to illumination of Japanese rice varieties and their geographical distribution.



Ikushugaku Zasshi/Japan. J. Breeding 2: 55-62



The reaction of 134 varieties to 8-hour photo-periods and to high greenhouse temperatures was investigated at the Konosu Experimental Station. The varieties could be classified into two groups: (1) forms in which heading was accelerated by high temperature but little affected by short photoperiods, and (2) forms in which the inverse relationship held.

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