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Frost resistance of winter cereals in connection with phasic development and hardening of plants



Frost resistance of winter cereals in connection with phasic development and hardening of plants



Doklady Akademii Nauk Sssr [Compt Rend Acad Sci Urss] 1(1): 61-67



A 2-yr. exp. on 9 vars. of wheat and rye to determine the degree of frost resistance at different stages of development and degrees of hardening. Seeds of different degrees of vernalization were sown at the same time and exposed to different day lengths. Development of sugar content does not characterize the hardiness of a plant. Plants subjected to short day lengths (9 hrs.) seem less hardy than plants grown in normal and uninterrupted days (24 hrs.). The data support the theory of Lyssenko that breeding for hardiness should be on the basis of the phasic development of plants. Within the limits of one stage it varies in dependence on environmental conditions.

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