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Effect of daylength on the development of various forms of Chenopodium album



Effect of daylength on the development of various forms of Chenopodium album



Bot Zhur 48(1): 118-122



A daylength of 10-15 hours accelerated development in all the Chenopodium album populations studied; the period from sprouting to budding was 32-45 days and from sprouting to full ripeness, 66-119 days. Population differences become clearly apparent from the action of long days plants of southern origin grow taller than those of northern origin. All the plants are shorter and form less green bulk when grown with short days than with long days. The action of varying photoperiodic regimes causes changes in the form of the leaves and inflorescences. Short days cause an increase in 1000 grain weight and a decrease in yield.

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