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Studies on the classification of strains and constituents of Stevia rebaudiana. I. An investigation of Stevia strains



Studies on the classification of strains and constituents of Stevia rebaudiana. I. An investigation of Stevia strains



Memoirs of the College of Agriculture, National Taiwan University 18(2): 36-46



Out of a total of 652 seedlings, 21 types were distinguished on the basis of the colour and shape of the cotyledons, 43 types on the basis of the appearance of the cotyledons and primary leaves and 99 types on the basis of the cotyledons, primary leaves and subsequent leaves.

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