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Studies in leaf pigments of flue-cured tobacco. I. Their variation in different varieties and stalk positions



Studies in leaf pigments of flue-cured tobacco. I. Their variation in different varieties and stalk positions



Tob Res, India 2(1): 21-30



Studies on six varieties and mutants exhibiting different degrees of greenness in the leaves showed that light yellow varieties contained lower amounts of carotenoids and chlorophyll than green varieties.

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