E. Yu. Vlasova

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Morphological and symbiotic traits were studied in local endemic forms of the pea originating from Egypt, Syria, Afghanistan, and Palestine. A number of endemic forms exceeded the regionalized Druzhnaya cultivar of the fodder pea in productivity of the seeds in field and greenhouse experiments. In order to improve nodulation and nitrogen fixation, endemic(More)
The results of long-term studies on the symbiogenetics and selection of leguminous cultures on the example of the Pisum sativum L. pea were summarized. Using the method of chemical and radiation mutagenesis, a collection of symbiotic mutants was created and genetically studied on different pea varieties. Two types of superand hypernodulating mutants were(More)
Eight symbiotic mutants of pea (Pisum sativum L.) induced by chemical mutagenesis have been studied by the vegetative graft method in a “stem/root” manner. It has been found that symbiotic traits are controlled by the root in nonnodulating mutants K20a and K1005m, mutants with ineffective nodules K287 and K1a, and supernodulating mutants K10a and K12a. In(More)
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