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A comparative cytological analysis of cultivated soya bean and the wild form Glycine ussuriensis

A comparative cytological analysis of cultivated soya bean and the wild form Glycine ussuriensis

Tr Dal' nevost NIISKh (26): 8-10

It is postulated from the data obtained that (1) an increase in the number of binucleate cells in the apical meristem occurred during the development of cultivated forms from G. ussuriensis and (2) cultivated forms of the intensive soya bean type have a high percentage of such cells, indicating a considerable degree of divergence from G. ussuriensis.

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