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ISHS Acta Horticulturae 515: XXV International Horticultural Congress, Part 5: Culture Techniques with Special Emphasis on Environmental Implications Chemical, Physical and Biological Means of Regulating Crop Growth in Ornamentals and Other Crops

CORRELATION BETWEEN INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL STAGES OF ROSE DEVELOPMENT

Author:   D. Chimonidou-Pavlidou
Keywords:   development, roses
Abstract:
Eight stages of rose development were defined from initiation of the axillary bud to stage of full complement of the floral parts. The aim was to provide a 'base-line' of bud development and to correlate external (visible) development with internal (meristematic) development so that different treatments could be imposed at specific developmental stages.
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