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The meaning of the specific gravity of tissue powder for judging the quality of mulberry leaves in silkworm feeding 2. The comparison of mulberry leaves cultured in a flooded field and a normal field


The meaning of the specific gravity of tissue powder for judging the quality of mulberry leaves in silkworm feeding 2. The comparison of mulberry leaves cultured in a flooded field and a normal field



Bulletin Sericult and Silk Indust japan sanshi Gaku Zasshi 10(1): 1-4



The leaves from trees in normal fields yield a tissue powder of low specific gravity, and the quality and quantity of these leaves are better than those of leaves grown in a field flooded with water.

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