Floral Initiation in Biloxi Soybean as Influenced by Grafting

@article{Heinze1942FloralII,
  title={Floral Initiation in Biloxi Soybean as Influenced by Grafting},
  author={P. H. Heinze and M. W. Parker and H. A. Borthwick},
  journal={Botanical Gazette},
  year={1942},
  volume={103},
  pages={518 - 530}
}
1. Biloxi plants or parts of Biloxi plants, subjected continuously to daily photoperiods of 17 or more hours, were used as one component of all grafts reported in this work. Plants of this variety do not develop sufficient flower-forming stimulus on long photoperiods to cause floral initiation. They therefore served to determine whether or not a flower-inducing stimulus was transmitted across the graft unions. They are referred to as receptors and the plant or plant parts grafted to them as the… Expand
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