Study of the wild, spontaneous hemp forms and local populations regarding the content of the and their use in the breeding process of the monoecious hemp
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GĂUCĂ, Constantin; POPA, Lorena-Diana; BUBURUZ, AlexandraAndreea; DRUŢU, AdinaCătălina; POCHISCANU, Simona-Florina; NAIE, Margareta; TELIBAN, Gabriel-Ciprian. Study of the wild, spontaneous hemp forms and local populations regarding the content of the and their use in the breeding process of the monoecious hemp. In: Revista Botanică. 2015, nr. 2(11), pp. 17-22. ISSN 1857-2367.
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Revista Botanică
Numărul 2(11) / 2015 / ISSN 1857-2367 /ISSNe 2587-3814

Study of the wild, spontaneous hemp forms and local populations regarding the content of the and their use in the breeding process of the monoecious hemp
CZU: 575.18:582.635.38

Pag. 17-22

Găucă Constantin, Popa Lorena-Diana, Buburuz AlexandraAndreea, Druţu AdinaCătălina, Pochiscanu Simona-Florina, Naie Margareta, Teliban Gabriel-Ciprian
 
Agricultural Research and Development Station Secuieni
 
Disponibil în IBN: 26 februarie 2016


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The study presents a synthesis of collected data regarding the wild, spontaneous hemp and local populations. The expeditions undertaken during 1991 – 1992 and 1996 – 2009 revealed the coverage area of the spontaneous forms of hemp in Romania, the associated characteristics, including the THC content, the taxonomic framing and their influence on the cultivated forms. Wild varieties have a THC content rated 9 and 10, content that decreases from south to north, while, when we refer to the local population the content is variable, the inclusion in the improving process requires the reduction of THC content below 0.2%. Both forms belonging to spontanea, adapted to excessive weather conditions and stable local populations, genetically and phenotypically uniform, constitute valuable genetic resources useful in the breeding process.

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monoecious hemp, chromatographic method, THC content