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Effect of flooding and darkness on the anatomical and morphological features of maize zea mays



Effect of flooding and darkness on the anatomical and morphological features of maize zea mays



Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta Seriya XVI Biologiya (1): 26-33



Experiments were carried out with seedlings of maize (cv. Voronejskaya-76) grown under flooding and under usual moisture conditions. Under illumination the flooded main root was inhibited by the number of lateral roots increased, the stem base expanded, the number of root vascular bundles and vascular elements increased, the volume of root cortex also increased and root cortical aerenchyma developed. Under darkness these structural features of flooded root system were not observed.

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