W. M. Kelman

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Panicle shattering and seed retention are distinct characters that influence seed dispersal in Phalaris aquatica L.(phalaris). One form of seed retention in phalaris is the result of the thickening of the rachilla (intact rachilla) and disruption of the rachilla-break age mechanism. This form of seed retention results in seed dispersal as seed-retaining(More)
Extensive germplasm resources are present in collections of Lotus corniculatus and L. uliginosus, two forage species that are valuable in situations where other legumes are not persistent. Naturalised populations in many regions are the primary gene pool for genetic improvement of these species and interspecific hybrids are an important source of variation(More)
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