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Ethylene disorders in bulbous crops during storage and glasshouse cultivation


, : Ethylene disorders in bulbous crops during storage and glasshouse cultivation. Acta Horticulturae (51): 321-328

Ethylene in low concentrations (0.1 p.p.m. and higher) affected appreciably the metabolic and morphogenetic processes in bulbous crops. In tulips it caused gummosis, bud-necrosis, flower-bud blasting, inhibition of root development, leaf abnormalities, root hair development and wax deposition on the leaves, and it inhibited stem elongation. In lilies it caused flower-bud abscission.


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