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Inheritance of short-day adaptation in tobacco varieties. I. On Xanthe x Bright Yellow.



Inheritance of short-day adaptation in tobacco varieties. I. On Xanthe x Bright Yellow.



Ikushugaku Zasshi/Jap. J. Breeding. 7: 12-16



F1, F2 and back-cross progenies of the above cross were studied to investigate the genetics of short-day adaptation. Leaf number was used as the criterion of photoperiodic response.

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