Ecotypic differentiation inTrifolium repens

  • J. King
  • Published 2005 in Plant and Soil

Abstract

The indigenous white clover (Trifolium repens) ofFestuca-Agrostis pastures in S. Scotland is shown to be characteristically small leaved, prostrate and of small diameter in comparison with the cultivar S184. Within the indigenous type, leaflet size was found to be differentiated in relation to soil base status. This was attributed to the effect of grazing… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01347876

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@article{King2005EcotypicDI, title={Ecotypic differentiation inTrifolium repens}, author={J. King}, journal={Plant and Soil}, year={2005}, volume={18}, pages={221-224} }