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Role of Temperature in the Regulation of Leaf Extension in Zea mays

Abstract

ALTHOUGH innumerable experiments have indicated the extent to which plant growth is dependent on temperature, much remains to be discovered about the mechanisms underlying these responses, and about the temperature sensitivity of different plant organs.

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