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Genetic control of flowering and frost tolerance in inbred lines of broccoli



Genetic control of flowering and frost tolerance in inbred lines of broccoli



HortScience. 3: 127 p



Results from frost-tolerance and vernalization tests on two inbred lines indicate that the gene controlling long-day requirements may be linked to another controlling frost resistance.

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