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Studies on the drought resistance of Ladino clover. I. Differences in the drought resistance of 4x and 8 x plants in pot culture and its mechanism. II. Differences in drought resistance between types grown in large concrete tubs


Studies on the drought resistance of Ladino clover. I. Differences in the drought resistance of 4x and 8 x plants in pot culture and its mechanism. II. Differences in drought resistance between types grown in large concrete tubs



Nihon Sakumotsugaku Kai Kiji (Proc. Crop Sci. Soc. Japan). 26: 219-23



The material studied comprised 4x and 8x strains of types with (1) abundant or (2) sparse foliage. Chromosome number had little effect on drought resistance. In the pot cultures, wilting due to drought was correlated with number of leaves.

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