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Growth analyses of tomato genotypes grown under low night temperatures and low light intensity
SummaryIn three experiments the growth of 16 genotypes of tomato was examined. The plants were raised in growth rooms at a day temperature of 19°C and night temperatures of 14, 10 or 6°C respectivelyExpand
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Environmental effects on genetic variation of chilling resistance in cucumber
Environmental effects on genetic variation for chilling resistance were studied in nine cultivars and breeding lines (referred to as cultigens hereafter) of cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.). FiveExpand
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Inheritance of growth characters of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.) under low energy conditions
SummaryTo study the mode of inheritance of W, RGR, NAR, LAR, SLA and LWR, the growth of 15 tomato genotypes and 104 of their F1's was analyzed. The plants were grown at a 19°C day temperature and aExpand
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Effect of day and night temperatures during short photoperiods on growth and flowering of Chrysanthemum morifolium Ramat
Abstract The effect of day and night temperatures of 10, 14 and 18°C on growth and flowering under short days was studied with six cultivais of chrysanthemum. A high day temperature resulted inExpand
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Genetic variation for the time of first flower and shoot length in Hybrid Tea-rose seedling populations under a range of temperatures
Abstract Seedlings of 30 Hybrid Tea-rose populations were grown at 6 constant temperatures (10, 14, 17, 20, 23 and 26°C) under natural light conditions in greenhouses of the IVT-phytotron.Expand
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Effect of temperature and daylength on flower initiation and runner formation in two everbearing strawberry cultivars
Abstract Plants of the everbearing cultivars ‘Revada’ and ‘Rabunda’ were placed at constant temperatures of 14, 20 and 26°C and daylengths of 8, 16 and 24 hours, consisting of 8 hours daylightExpand
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Effect of chilling on runner formation and flower initiation in the everbearing strawberry
Abstract Fresh and cold-stored plants of the everbearers ‘Rabunda’ and ‘Ostara’ were placed for 90 days, from the end of August, in glasshouses of the IVT phytotron at 14, 20 and 26°C and a daylengthExpand
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Runner formation on strawberry plants in autumn and winter
SummaryThe present experiments with runner plants of the strawberry variety Deutsch Evern are part of an investigation carried out to determine the conditions under which runners are produced inExpand
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Effect of the light intensity during flowering on stamen development in the strawberry cultivars ‘Karina’ and ‘Sivetta’
Abstract As in ‘Glasa’ (Smeets, 1976), a strong decrease in light intensity during flowering resulted in stamen abortion in early forced plants of ‘Sivetta’, but not in ‘Karina’. This hasExpand
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Effect of day and night temperatures during long photoperiods on the vegetative growth and flowering of Chrysanthemum morifolium Ramat
Abstract The influence of day and night temperatures in the range of 10–17°C on the vegetative growth under long days of 17 year-round cultivars of chrysanthemum was studied. The after-effect of theExpand
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