Endogenous Promoter and Inhibitor Levels in Lilium longiflorum Bulbs1

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Received for publication January 3, 1974. Paper No. 8304. Scientific Journal Series, MN Agricultural Experimental Station.

Graduate student, associate and assistant professors, Department of Horticultural Science, respectively.

Wang, S. Y. 1969. The physiology of dormancy in Easter lily, Lilium longiflorum Thunb; Ph.D. Thesis. OR State University, Corvallis.

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