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Histological studies on the formation and growth of iris bulbs



Histological studies on the formation and growth of iris bulbs



Scientific Reports of the Faculty of Agriculture, Okayama University (59): 63-68



Histological studies were made of iris (cv. Wedgwood) bulblets at weekly intervals from planting on 28 September until 14 June the following year. Growth occurred in four phases. The first was from planting until late January, when any leaf primordia differentiated after mid-November developed into storage scales for the new bulb. The second was from late January until late March, during which growth was slowed down by low temperatures.

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