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The effect of different growing conditions on the development of some morphobiological groups of Chenopodium album L



The effect of different growing conditions on the development of some morphobiological groups of Chenopodium album L



Vest Leningradsk Univ Ser Biol 18(9/2): 55-63



Differences between the morphobiological groups II and VI in periods of flowering were found in lamb's quarters. The plant was grown under conditions altering the influence of the photoperiodic regime, soil humidity, temperature of the air and soil and spraying with gibberellin solution. The plants grown on a short day are undersized (although the absolute weight of seeds is greater) and less productive, than plants grown on a long day. Certain regularities were discovered in plant mutations under different conditions, such as soil humidity, temperature of air and soil, and when sprayed with gibberellin solution.

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