Scanning Electron Microscope Studies of Apices of Lilium longiflorum for Determining Floral Initiation and Differentiation1,2

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Received for publication August 16, 1969. Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station Journal Article No. 4709.

Appreciation is extended to United Bulb Company, Mount Clemens, Michigan, for contributing the bulbs for this study.

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