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Anatomy of the root tuber formation of sweet potato varieties. 1. Comparative studies on the primary structure of the root of different cultivars in Ipomoea batatas Lam



Anatomy of the root tuber formation of sweet potato varieties. 1. Comparative studies on the primary structure of the root of different cultivars in Ipomoea batatas Lam



Acta Agronomica Sinica 11(4): 275-280



35 of I. batatas were divided according to starch content of the tubers into categories of low, medium, high or max. starch content. Root primary structure was typical of most dicotyledons; the vascular bundles varied from 3 to many but numbered 5 or 6 in most The number of vascular bundles was not related to root expansion, yield or starch content.

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