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Growth and phasic development of wheat. 2. Stem elongation, tillering and leaf production


, : Growth and phasic development of wheat. 2. Stem elongation, tillering and leaf production. Indian J. Pl. Physiol, 2: 1, 52-67. bibl. 27

Growth of wheat in terms of stem elongation and leaf and tiller production is determined by the time of flowering, therefore, any treatment which affects the time of flowering affects the rate of stem elongation and the magnitude of tiller and leaf production.

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