volume 3, issue 4, P243-248 1980
DOI: 10.1111/1365-3040.ep11581818
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Abstract: Although rice has long been recognized to be uniquely adapted for growth in low oxygen environments of flooded rice fields, rice weeds of the Echinoehloa crus-galli complex appear to be at least as well specialized for germination and growth under such unusual biological conditions. Seeds of two varieties of E. erus-galli germinate and grow for prolonged periods in a totally oxygen-free environment. E. erus-galli germinates as well as rice {Oryza sativa) under a total nitrogen atmosphere and produces as large…

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