Inheritance of phenotypic plasticity in soft chess,Bromus mollis L. (Gramineae)
- S. K. Jain
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Phenotypic plasticity, measured by the phenotypic variation of a genotype living under diverse environments, was shown to be under genetic control in annual grass,Bromus mollis. Genetic polymorphism and phenotypic plasticity appear to be alternative strategies of adaptation in plant populations.
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- Inheritance of phenotypic plasticity in soft chess,Bromus mollis L. (Gramineae)
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- 1. Department of Agronomy and Range Science, University of California, 95616, Davis, California, USA