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Effects of temperature on flower initiation and leaf emergence in Lycoris radiata and L. squamigera

, : Effects of temperature on flower initiation and leaf emergence in Lycoris radiata and L. squamigera. Bulletin of the University of Osaka Prefecture, B Agriculture and Biology Osaka Furitsu Daigaku Kigo, Nogaku, Seibutsugaku 40: 11-17

Bulbs of L. radiata and L. squamigera lifted from the field in July did not initiate flower buds if they were moved from natural conditions into a warm greenhouse (> 20 degrees C) on or before 20 Dec. and 20 Feb., respectively. Of bulbs grown at 15/12 degrees (day/night), 20/17 degrees and 25/25 degrees from mid-Sep., those of both species grown at 25/25 degrees and those of L. squamigera grown at 20/17 degrees did not initiate flower buds.

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