Inhibition of growth and synchronised cell division in the shoot apex in relation to flowering in Silene

  • Grose S
  • Lyndon R
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Abstract. When plants of Silene coeli-rosa (L.) Godron were induced by seven long days, then exposed to darkness for 48 h before being returned to short days, they went on to initiate flowers with a delay of about 2 d. The synchronisation of cell division which normally occurs ...

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  • Cell division synchrony
  • Flowering
  • Mitosis
  • Shoot apex
  • Silene

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  • Susan Grose

  • R. F. Lyndon

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