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The effect of temperature on flower bud differentiation and development in Lycoris radiata

, : The effect of temperature on flower bud differentiation and development in Lycoris radiata. Kagawa Daigaku Nogakubu Gakuzyutu Hokoku 24(2): 157-162

Flower buds developed more quickly at 30 and 25 deg C than at 20 deg , but after the flowers were formed the flower stalk elongated more rapidly at 20 and 25 deg than at 30 deg.

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