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Studies in the photoperiodic responses of violets (Viola)
Author(s): N. H. Russell
Article Topic(s): Light,Phenology
Research Setting(s): Laboratory
Species Referenced: Viola sororia (Missouri violet),
AbstractA review study indicating that indicate that wild violets (Viola spp.) are sensitive to photoperiod length in all stages of growth. The study concludes that wild violets exhibit north-south physiological clines that parallel morphological clines found in other studies.
Suggested CitationN. H. Russell. "Studies in the photoperiodic responses of violets (Viola)." Southwestern Naturalist 5.4 (1960): 177-186.