Inheritance and Physiology of Efficiency in Iron Utilization in Soybeans.

@article{Weiss1943InheritanceAP,
  title={Inheritance and Physiology of Efficiency in Iron Utilization in Soybeans.},
  author={Marcia Weiss},
  journal={Genetics},
  year={1943},
  volume={28 3},
  pages={253-68}
}
TRIKING differences in chlorosis typical of iron deficiency were noted in s I938 among a considerable number of soybean varieties when tested on calcareous soils for the first time since their introduction into the United States from Manchuria. Because these strains were not greatly different morphologically, it was thought that such wide differences in chlorosis would lend themselves especially well to a study of the inheritance and physiology of iron availability in plants. Reported casks "1… CONTINUE READING
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