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Cytophotometer study of the DNA content of nuclei in different parts of the embryo of Pinus sylvestris during its development



Cytophotometer study of the DNA content of nuclei in different parts of the embryo of Pinus sylvestris during its development



Comptes Rendus Hebdomadaires des Seances de l' Academie des Sciences, France, D 280: 1087-1090 + 1 pl., smry.



Analysis by cytophotometer showed that three areas of the embryo could be distinguished in which the nuclei were held in the G1 phase of the mitotic cycle at different stages of embryonic differentiation: the shoot and root apex, the suspensor, and the cotyledons, embryonic root-cap and hypocotyl.

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