Influence of environmental conditions on potatoes: with special reference to plant breeding under Swedish conditions
Foliage development; Flowering; Stolon lenght at harvest; Tuber formation; Tuber formation; Tuber shape; Tuber smoothness; Yield of tubers; Percentage of dry matter in the tubers; Influence of photoperiod on chemical composition.
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GENERAL DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSIONS IN BELATION TO SELECTION
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14 h light 14 h photoperiod Analysis of variance Bintje breeding program chlorogenic acid continuous light crude protein day length day-length days after planting days from planting different localities different photoperiods discarded dry matter percentage early haulm early tuber formation Eigenheimer excised eyes eye depth field conditions foliage Gabriela genotypes gibberellin glasshouse conditions grading growth chamber experiments harvest haulm development haulm maturity haulm size score haulm weight high dry matter higher investigation leaf area leaf weight light intensity long stolons lower Lulea Svalof Milthorpe North number of days percentage of dry percentage of plants Phot photoperiod conditions plant height plants with stolons populations potatoes seedlings in different selection at Svalof significant South Sweden standard cultivars starch stem weight stolon length sugar Svalof and Lulea Svalof Tagel Lulea temperature true seedlings tuber maturity tuber shape tuber smoothness tuber yield Ulster Chieftain yield at Lulea yield at Svalof