Growing Currants, Gooseberries, and Elderberries by Teryl R Roper

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R. 2°C for 1 and 2 hours. Unifoliolate plants tolerated lower tempera- 2. Growth and Development 35 tures without leaf damage. Plants of both stages could tolerate complete leaf killing by a - 3 . 8 ° C temperature for 2 hours and recover by axillary bud growth from either the unifoliolate or cotyledonary node. Apparently the soybean plant can tolerate lower temperature than thought earlier. C. Day Length and Light Intensity Light is important as the energy source in the photosynthetic process.

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3. Flowering Flower initiation is controlled by photoperiod, temperature, and genotype. Soybean stem growth and flowering habit are of two types: inde­ terminate and determinate. The indeterminate type is characterized by the apical meristem continuing vegetative activity during most of the growing season; the infloresences are axillary racemes, and pods are produced rather uniformly (comparable number at nodes) up the stem. The determinate stem type is characterized by vegetative development which ceases when the apical meristem becomes an infloresence, both axillary and terminal racemes 2.

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