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Features of morphological constitution, physiological and biochemical properties of plants, specificity of the genetic nature of attribute of plant canopy heterofilia are resulted. Features are revealed and the scheme of selection process of the heterophyllous form of peas is developed

SUBJECT: selection; heterophyllous form of peas; selection scheme; intramorphous and intermorphous crosses; morphotype chameleon

POSTED TO: Legumes and Groat Crops

Presents the main directions of selection and seed-growing work in the Belgorod state agricultural Academy, methods of their implementation and results.

SUBJECT: generation; seed production; efficiency; precocity; green mass

POSTED TO: Legumes and Groat Crops

Red clover polyembryony was studied based on the analysis of heads of 52 varieties of domestic and foreign origin in the collection nursery. 16 varieties with two-seed trait of the pod were allocated. Work was done to create a breeding material with increased seed productivity on the basis of individual-and-family selection of plants with the presence of a polyembryonic trait. The numbers exce ...

SUBJECT: red clover; correlation; selection; seed productivity; selection numbers

POSTED TO: Legumes and Groat Crops

The article is devoted to the history of the establishment of laboratory of garden pea selection in Ramon. The main directions and methods of selection work in different years are given. Methods are described for obtaining the initial material of various forms of peas at the present time. The data on the varieties of garden pea of Ramon selection registered and transferred to the state variety ...

SUBJECT: main directions; selection; source material; pea; varieties and hybrids

POSTED TO: Legumes and Groat Crops

In the article the technology of creation of new semileafless cultivar of pea with semid- warf stem and not shedding seeds Pamyati Hangildina are presented. The cultivar possesses high productivity and xerophytism, early ripeness, lodging resistance

SUBJECT: ing; cultivar; selection; productivity; strain test-

POSTED TO: Legumes and Groat Crops

On example of some the varieties admitted to use in different years, the analysis of changes of indicators of quality of grain of millet in the course of selection for last 40 years is carried out.

SUBJECT: filminess; millet; taste of; selection; quality of grain

POSTED TO: Legumes and Groat Crops

Results of biochemical evaluation of samples of leguminous crops from VIR collection during the last years. Sources of attributes of quality, namely the basic components defining the impor- tance and use of crop are resulted

SUBJECT: starting material for selection; oil; antinutrients; protein; leguminous crops

POSTED TO: Legumes and Groat Crops

Suprade odd-pinnate form of peas is characterized by high photosynthetic rate and in productivity of biomass surpasses modern varieties. Seeds have the increased content of protein balanced on amino acid structure. Due to this it is of interest for use in selection work and introduc- tions in production. Priorities consist in selection on lodging resistance, xeromorhism, increase of attracting ...

SUBJECT: dissected pinnuled; suprade odd-pinnate; peas; selection; photosynthesis

POSTED TO: Legumes and Groat Crops

A module approach was used, that is breeding for interaction of indices that contri- bute the most to yield. Therefore scientific research in buckwheat breeding was aimed at detection of traits, that contribute the most to yield and are least dependent on environment, and also at determining action and interaction of genes, that control these traits, and methods of replacement of yield trait a ...

SUBJECT: attraction; architectonics; genes; interaction; the grain number inflorescences

POSTED TO: Legumes and Groat Crops

The article presents materials on leguminous and groat crops, main trends in selection of leguminous and groat crops

SUBJECT: innovations; millet; selection; productivity; buckwheat

POSTED TO: Legumes and Groat Crops