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Development of the inflorescence primordium of Sultana, as observed in the Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM), is described.
The technique is simple and requires no elaborate tissue preparation. Interpretation of inflorescence development is easy and precise because of the resolution and depth of field of the SEM.
The first evidence of differentiation of floral parts was observed in spring for Sultana under Australian conditions.
Scanning Electron Microscopy of the Developmental Stage of the Sultana Inflorescence
1975, Sonderdruck aus der zeitschrift ‘Vitis’, vol 14, pages 14-19
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