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Studies on the pattern of organ development in the rice plant. 1. Relationship between the number of leaves and that of elongated internodes on the main stem


, : Studies on the pattern of organ development in the rice plant. 1. Relationship between the number of leaves and that of elongated internodes on the main stem. Japanese Journal of Breeding 22(1): 25-32

From studies of several rice cv., strains and hybrids, it was concluded that the current belief that internode elongation coincided with and was triggered by panicle initiation was not always true. It was concluded that internode elongation was triggered both by panicle initiation and by a particular leaf stage.

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