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Effect of the duration of vernalization on the frost hardening and frost resistance of winter wheat plants



Effect of the duration of vernalization on the frost hardening and frost resistance of winter wheat plants



Izvestiya Akademii Nauk SSSR. Seriya Biologiches-kaya, 2, 287-293



Odesskaya 16 were vernalized for 60 days at +18-20 degrees C and 8-h photo-period. During vernalization some plants were removed at 10-day intervals, frost-hardened at +3 degrees and then at -3 degrees , and then tested for frost resistance. Frost resistance decreased with vernalization and reached its minimum after 30-40 days of vernalization; resistance then increased and reached its maximum at the termination of vernalization.

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