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Higher fatty acids of flue-cured tobacco leaves varying in stalk position



Higher fatty acids of flue-cured tobacco leaves varying in stalk position



Agronomy Journal 64(3): 280-282



Fatty acids with 14-18 C atoms and lipid residues in flue-cured leaves from 8 stem positions from base (1) to apex (8) of tobacco Coker 139, SC-58 and NC-95 and breeding line LN-38 were determined, SC-58 and LN-38 leaves had the highest lipid-residue content. In all lipid-residue content was lowest in leaves from the bottom position and next lowest in leaves from the top position.

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