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Anatomical characteristics of the leaves of some mulberry varieties in relation to their feeding value

Anatomical characteristics of the leaves of some mulberry varieties in relation to their feeding value

Biologicheskil Zhurnal Armenii 24(11): 50-56

Rovsakan, Haykakan 2 and Ankoriz had thinner leaf blades with thinner cuticles and also fewer cystoliths in the upper epidermis of the leaves than two other varieties and were therefore more palatable for silkworms.

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