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Genetic studies on quantitative characters in soybean. I. Genetic analysis of first internode length by partitioning method



Genetic studies on quantitative characters in soybean. I. Genetic analysis of first internode length by partitioning method



Journal of the Faculty of Agriculture, Hokkaido University, 56: 3, 257- 266



Crosses of Harosoy x Tokachi-nagaha showed that the length of the first internode is controlled by two genes, A and B, short internodes being dominant.

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