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Studies on the seedling development of Solidago rugosa Mill., S. sempervirens L. and the reciprocal hybrids between them
Author(s): R. H. Goodwin
Article Topic(s): Morphology,Germination
Research Setting(s): Laboratory,Greenhouse
Species Referenced: Solidago sempervirens (Seaside goldenrod),
AbstractResearches the various phases in the development of Solidago rugosa and S. sempervirens, and their reciprocal hybrids. Provides a morphological description of the seed and embryo growth prior to germination. Solidago sempervirens grows more rapidly and grows larger leaves than S. rugosa, presumably due to higher levels of auxin.
Suggested CitationR. H. Goodwin. "Studies on the seedling development of Solidago rugosa Mill., S. sempervirens L. and the reciprocal hybrids between them." American Journal of Botany 24.9 (1937): 627-640.