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Comparative studies on the rates of the pollen tube growth of the two cultivated jute species (Corchorus olitorius Linn, and C. capsularis Linn.) in vitro



Comparative studies on the rates of the pollen tube growth of the two cultivated jute species (Corchorus olitorius Linn, and C. capsularis Linn.) in vitro



Indian agrie, 1: 39-44



The pollen tubes of both species showed rapid growth in vitro in the first hour, followed by slow growth in the next half hour, after which growth practically ceased.

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