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Changes in the sugars of Pinus sylvestris seed at different stages of embryo development

Changes in the sugars of Pinus sylvestris seed at different stages of embryo development

Svensk bot. Tidskr, 62: 2, 388-404

67-68 degrees ) were X-rayed and divided into four classes according to embryo development, and quantitative and qualitative analyses of the sugars of embryo and endosperm were made in each class.

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