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Inheritance of growth habit and flowering response of the southern pea Vigna sinensis, Endl



Inheritance of growth habit and flowering response of the southern pea Vigna sinensis, Endl



Diss. Abstr, 22: 61-2126, 36 p



Crosses involving Alabunch, Vigna cylindrica, Winter Pea, Burma Pea, Cabbage Pea, White Kadoorie and Running Acre were studied. In the field, parental, F1 and F2 plants were taller, with less width when sown as an autumn crop than their spring-sown counterparts. Comparison between parents and F1S suggested that growth habit depended on two genes, V for vining habit and T for tallness.

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