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Histological studies on breaking resistance of lower internodes in rice culms. I. Observations on histogenesis of elongating internodes with light and electron microscopy



Histological studies on breaking resistance of lower internodes in rice culms. I. Observations on histogenesis of elongating internodes with light and electron microscopy



Japanese Journal of Crop Science 51(4): 561-569



In the 4th internode from the top of rice Koshihikari proliferation and enlargement of tissues at the base of the internode gave a 30% increase in diam., a 50% reduction in thickness of the fundamental parenchyma and increases in thickness of the epidermis and cortical fibres. Epidermal cells above the intercalary meristem become long cells and short cells which differentiate again to become silica cells, cork cells or trichomes.

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