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Manifestation of the induced anatomical and morphological changes in lupine lupinus luteus in an introduction area



Manifestation of the induced anatomical and morphological changes in lupine lupinus luteus in an introduction area



Tsitologiya i Genetika 18(3): 196-200



Presowing treatment of yellow lupine seeds with gamma-radiation of 10 and 20 kR induced forms with growth of assimilation, excretory, mechanical and storage tissues resistant to unfavorable soil-climatic conditions and promising for cultivation within the central non-black-earth zone of the Russian SFSR [USSR].

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