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semidwarf


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A term used to distinguish mutant strains of wheat that are of agricultural importance from the extremely short dwarfs of purely genetic interest. Semidwarfs grow from half to two-thirds the height of and have greater yields than those of standard varieties.

Subjects: Genetics and Genomics.


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