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Investigations on photoperiodism in soya beans. IV. Tests of the sensitivity of the principal varieties of cultivated soya bean to photo -period



Investigations on photoperiodism in soya beans. IV. Tests of the sensitivity of the principal varieties of cultivated soya bean to photo -period



Chung-hua Nung-hsueh Hui Pao/J. agric. Ass. China, 55, 27-35



Nineteen varieties grown in Taiwan are classified into four groups according to the degree of difference between their growth under 10 or 14 hr. photoperiods.

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