Interactions of Ethylene, Temperature, Light, and CO2 on Leaf and Stipule Abscission and Chlorosis in Philodendron scandens subsp. oxycardium1

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Received for publication April 14, 1979. Florida Agricultural Experiment Stations Journal Series No. 1740.

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