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Effect of temperature of flowering on Lycoris squamigera Maxim. and L. radiata Herb


, : Effect of temperature of flowering on Lycoris squamigera Maxim. and L. radiata Herb. Journal of the Japanese Society for Horticultural Science 59(2): 377-382

L. squamigera, which flowers in mid-Aug., and L. radiata, which flowers in late Sep., were subjected to different temperatures at various stages of development. The optimum temperature for flower initiation and subsequent differentiation to stage 8 (carpel differentiation) was 30 degrees C in both species. Development from stage 8 to stage 12 (pollen maturation) was most rapid at 20 degrees or 25 degrees.


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