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- Haskell, S.B.
- Agronomy journal 1923 v.15 no.12 pp. 473-481
- agricultural research; United States
- ... Let me summarize very briefly. Appropriation for agricultural research is not legislation in favor of a class. It is not a subsidy to agriculture. It is of more direct benefit to the consumer in the city than to the producer in the country. Its final result is to permit of the release of labor from agriculture, the basic industry of the nation, to the manufacturing and mechanical occupations. Cont ...
- Woodworth, C.M.
- Agronomy journal 1923 v.15 no.12 pp. 481-495
- Glycine max; varieties; pods; color; flowers; inheritance (genetics)
- ... Two types of growth habit in soybeans are described, one a tall, luxuriant growing, late maturing type (Type I); the other, a low, compact, early maturing type (Type II). Genetically these two types behave as allelomorphic characters, Type I being dominant. The genetic difference between them appears to be determined by a single factor pair S, s. Dark-colored and light-colored pods constitute an a ...