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The effects of exposure to light on the development of the root system of rice seedlings

, : The effects of exposure to light on the development of the root system of rice seedlings. Report of the Tokai Branch of the Crop Science Society of Japan (110): 27-28

Rice seedlings 2 d old were exposed to light at 50-1300 1x for 7 or 14 d. Light decreased the shoot length, length of the seminal axis and the length of lateral roots. The effects on length of the seminal axis and length of lateral roots was greater with the longer period of exposure. The av. length of the nodal axis decreased with the longer exposure, but the number of nodes increased.

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