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Embryo sizes in Lolium perenne L., L. multiflorum Lam. and L. multiflorum Lam. var. westerwoldicum (Mansh.) Wittm. at diploid and tetraploid level



Embryo sizes in Lolium perenne L., L. multiflorum Lam. and L. multiflorum Lam. var. westerwoldicum (Mansh.) Wittm. at diploid and tetraploid level



Agrobotanika 1971; 12: 61-70



Length and width of embryo and scutellum were measured under stereomicroscope in 2 diploid and 2 tetraploid of each species using 480 samples/cv. Maxima of diploids and minima of tetraploids overlapped, but averages tended to be greater in tetraploids in all measurements.

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