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Effect of temperature on ear abnormalities in uniculm barley


, : Effect of temperature on ear abnormalities in uniculm barley. Journal of Experimental Botany 24(82): 935-947

Field experiments with a uniculm mutant of Proctor spring barley showed that abnormal ear development often resulted from late sowing. The ear abnormalities were twin floret, supernumerary parts, abnormal rachilla, opposite spikelets, one-ranked spikelets, branched rachis, collar-like and bare nodes, aborted apex, and tubular leaf. The degree of abnormality was unaffected by photoperiod.

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DOI: 10.1093/jxb/24.5.935


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