bimodal temperature response, Glycine max, soybean seedling, hypocotyl
Some soybean cultivars exhibit a bimodal temperature response. Their hypocotyls elongate normally at 20 and 30 C but are inhibited at 25 C. The inhibition is inducible. It manifests itself, or continues to be manifest, after seedlings are transferred to 20 or 30 C. Sensitivity to 25 C is limited to early seedling development and disappears about 6 days after seeds are supplied with water.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
©1978 Iowa Academy of Science, Inc.
Samimy, Cyrus and LaMotte, Clifford E.
"Further Characteristics of an Anomalous Temperature Response of Hypocotyls in Some Soybean Cultivars,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 85(3), 81-83.
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