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On the leaf colours of phanerogams


, : On the leaf colours of phanerogams. Agri hort. genet, Landskrona, 18: 135-68

After a survey of the effects of environment and genetic background on the expression of colour mutations, the classification of genetically determined colours into the following three groups is proposed: (1) the chlorovegetus group of vigourous chlorophyll types; (2) the chlorodefectio group of types in which the chlorophyll apparatus is somewhat defective; and (3) the anthocyanin group, comprising anthocyanin-containing forms of the above two types.

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