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Table 3 Sub-phase length in SD-LD and LD-SD transferred plants

From: Photoperiod sensitivity of Canadian flax cultivars and 5-azacytidine treated early flowering derivative lines

Cultivar or mutant line / r LD-SD SD-LD
BVP PSP PPP DTF BVP PSP PPP DTF
CDC Sorrel / 0.997 8.1 29.0 16.1 53.2 6.8 53.9 20.3 81.0
CDC Sorrel / 0.989 9.3 40.1 2.8 52.2 10.6 70.7 0.0 81.3
CDC Bethune / 0.997 15.9 13.2 19.6 48.7 16.5 29.4 20.6 66.5
CDC Bethune / 0.977 12.6 30.6 6.0 49.2 12.8 53.6 0.0 66.4
Flanders /0.991 15.2 31.0 9.5 55.7 13.7 62.0 7.9 83.6
Flanders / 0.991 15.2 34.9 5.6 55.7 13.7 69.9 0.0 83.6
Prairie Thunder /0.991 16.0 25.5 10.8 52.3 15.9 51.5 10.3 77.7
Prairie Thunder / 0.987 14.8 33.4 4.2 52.4 14.7 63.0 0.0 77.7
Royal / 0.992 10.5 31.0 9.4 50.9 8.4 60.0 9.0 77.4
Royal / 0.988 10.5 36.8 3.6 50.9 9.2 68.2 0.0 77.4
RE1 / 0.957 9.4 12.5 20.4 42.3 7.5 23.1 22.8 53.4
RE1 / 0.959 12.8 11.7 17.8 42.3 13.3 21.1 19.3 53.7
RE1 / 0.960 16.9 0.7 24.5 42.1 18.0 7.0 29.2 54.2
RE2 / 0.974 6.2 27.3 1.1 34.6 7.2 32.7 1.1 40.9
RE2 / 0.992 10.5 0.5 23.7 34.7 10.2 3.9 27.5 41.6
RE3 / 0.981 5.5 21.4 12.6 39.5 4.2 33.7 12.0 49.9
RE3 / 0.981 10.0 16.9 12.6 39.5 11.3 26.6 12.0 49.9
RE3 / 0.982 13.3 8.8 17.2 39.3 15.6 16.6 18.0 50.2
  1. The length, in days, of the basic vegetative phase (BVP), photosensitive phase (PSP), and post-photosensitive phase (PPP), modeled after Yin [5]. Days to flowering (DTF) was calculated as the sum of the three phases. Two different models are given for each of the cultivars used in this experiment (top half of the table). The first model (normal type) is representative of models with the highest regression coefficient (r). The second model for each cultivar was generated using zero as the initial value for SD-LD PPP (bold type). No single model provided the best fit for the Royal-derived mutant lines RE1, RE2, and RE3 (bottom half of the table), so representative examples are given