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Characteristic features of the leaf epidermis in cultivated pears, as related to the origin of varieties



Characteristic features of the leaf epidermis in cultivated pears, as related to the origin of varieties



Bot. Z. (Bot. J.), Moskva, 54: 750-55



Examination of 136 cultivars and 15 species showed the stomata to be at the same level as the other cells of the lower epidermis in all forms except Pyrus nivalis, P. salicifolia and P. elaeagrifolia, where they were below the surface. Size and number of stomata varied with growing conditions, showing no relation either to geographical origin or time of ripening.

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