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A comparative study in stomatal and some leaf anatomical characters of two cultivated jute species (Corchorus capsularis L. and C. olitorius L.)



A comparative study in stomatal and some leaf anatomical characters of two cultivated jute species (Corchorus capsularis L. and C. olitorius L.)



Acta Agronomica Hungarica 36(3-4): 231-236



C. capsularis Full Green 7, D 154, Lal Naris and CVE-3 and C. olitorius O2 and C.G. were grown in pots with 8.97 kg soil and 0.3 kg cow dung and the 10th fully mature leaf was studied using microscopy. Significant differences were found in the number of epidermal cells/mmsuperscript 2 and the mean cross-sectional areas of the epidermal and of the palisade parenchyma cells.

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