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Studies on the relationship between the seedling stage of Raphanus sativus and vernalization. I. Growth in the seedling stage



Studies on the relationship between the seedling stage of Raphanus sativus and vernalization. I. Growth in the seedling stage



Sci. Bull. Fac. Agric. Kyushu. 23: 1-8. bibls. 27



Part I: Changes in plant form and dry weight were recorded under heterotrophic and autotrqphic conditions. Under heterotrophic conditions little change was observed in the first 2 days after germination, but from the 3rd to the 5th day the dry weight of the cotyledons fell sharply, while that of the hypocotyl rose. From the 6th to the 8th day the rise in hypocotyl dry weight declined and the fall in cotyledon dry weight ceased, while the cotyledon petioles started to lose weight.

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