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Morphological studies on the development of the embryo in rice varieties.



Morphological studies on the development of the embryo in rice varieties.



Nihon Sakumotsugaku Kai Kiji (Proc. Crop, Sci. Soc. Japan), 22: 25-26



Following along the lines of his earlier investigations on other cereals (cf. PBA, Vol.

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