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Studies on bolting in Brassica. II. The relationship between structural changes in the shoot apex and bolting in compound genome varieties



Studies on bolting in Brassica. II. The relationship between structural changes in the shoot apex and bolting in compound genome varieties



Jap. J. Breed, 17: 297-301. bibl. 1



The growth habit and structure of shoot apices were studied in several compound genome varieties of Brassica species.

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