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The effect of day-length and a changing light regime on the dormancy period of seeds of No. 2 and No. 6 morphobiological groups of Chenopodium album of the Leningrad population



The effect of day-length and a changing light regime on the dormancy period of seeds of No. 2 and No. 6 morphobiological groups of Chenopodium album of the Leningrad population



Uzbek. biol. Zh 11(2): 42-4. Bibl. 14



Of the six morphobiological groups which have been recognized in the Leningrad population of C. album, only early (No. 2) and late (No. 6) groups, sharply differing in appearance and rhythm of development, were investigated. Seed, collected from mother plants which had been subjected to various light regimes, was stored for 10 or 70 days after harvest before germinating for 15 days on moist filter paper at 10 or 20 degrees C.

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