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Studies in morphogenesis of Brassica oleracea L. 1. Growth and development of cabbage during the vegetative phase


Studies in morphogenesis of Brassica oleracea L. 1. Growth and development of cabbage during the vegetative phase



J. exp. Bot 8: 304-12



Cabbages may take 60 days to reach the grand period of growth during the summer, yet under similar conditions an early variety can grow to maximal weight in a further 50 days. The cabbage head differs from the well-defined storage organs of the turnip and carrot; the leaf portion, from which the head is comprised, does not grow at a much greater rate than that of the other primary parts of the plant as does the root portion of turnip and carrot.

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