volume 7, issue 2, P204-220 1932
DOI: 10.1139/cjr32-072
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Abstract: Following the discovery that small sections of wild oats seedlings could become rerooted and develop into normal plants, a study was undertaken to determine from what part or parts of the seedlings new growth can originate, and whether cultivated oats, wheat, barley and spring rye, would behave in a similar manner. Special attention was given to the problem of vegetative propagation in wild oats as a factor in the control of this weed.Small sections of wild oats seedlings, one inch in length and containing th…

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