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Behavior of the apical meristems of two varieties of wheat, Triticum sativum Lamk, a spring wheat and a winter wheat, sowed simultaneously in the spring



Behavior of the apical meristems of two varieties of wheat, Triticum sativum Lamk, a spring wheat and a winter wheat, sowed simultaneously in the spring



Rev Cytol Et Biol Veg: 273-310



The two varieties develop exactly alike up to the 7th leaf, with practically no mitoses in the apex, the first mitoses being initiated in the lateral leaf primordia, basifugally, progressing up along the flanks but not reaching the apex. Thereafter, in the spring wheat the apex elongates and the leaf primordia are replaced by bract and flower primordia.

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