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Record #154208:

Notes on floral traits and gender expression of Dryas octopetala under a simulated environmental change / Naoya Wada.

Title: Notes on floral traits and gender expression of Dryas octopetala under a simulated environmental change / Naoya Wada.
Author(s): Wada, Naoya.
Date: 2000.
In: National Institute of Polar Research. Polar Bioscience. (2000.), Vol. 13 (2000)
Abstract: Experiment from August 1997 to August 1998 in Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard, showed that dry weights of gynoecium, peduncle and hermaphrodite flowers were significantly heavier, while petal and androecium weight were significantly lighter, in open top chambers than in controls. This is interpreted as showing that less stressful conditions favoured female aspects.
Notes:

National Institute of Polar Research. Polar Bioscience. Vol. 13 :147-151 (2000).

Keywords: 581.14 -- Plants, development and growth.
582.734 -- Rosaceae: Dryas octopetala.
G -- Botany.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*32) -- Svalbard.
SPRI record no.: 154208

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