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Jasmonic acid and tissue culture of garlic - monocotyledons


Acta Horticulturae ( 289): 257-258
Jasmonic acid and tissue culture of garlic - monocotyledons
The effect of jasmonic acid at low concentrations, (0.01-1 micro M) on the growth in length of garlic bud cultures was investigated.


Accession: 002147108



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