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A study on the dissection structure of the petal of Jasminum sambac

Journal of Hunan Agricultural University 24(5): 370-374

A study on the dissection structure of the petal of Jasminum sambac

Anatomical studies of J. sambac petals showed that fragrance was mainly released from the upper epidermis.

Accession: 003027971

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