荳科作物の地下結實に關する生理學的並に形態學的研究 : 第4報 落花生の空莢子実の内部的観察   :   Physiological and Morphological Studies on Subterranean Fructuation of Leguminous Crops. : (4) Anatomical Observation of Peanut Seeds in Unfilled Fuit. : 荳科作物の地下結実に関する生理学的並びに形態学的研究 

作成者 渋谷, 常紀, 鈴木, 正行
作成者 (ヨミ) シブヤ, ツネトシ, スズキ, マサユキ
作成者の別表記 SHIBUYA, Tsunetoshi, SUZUKI, Masayuki
日本十進分類法 (NDC) 626.3
内容 In connection with our former studies (7), some anatomical observations were made on the formation of unfilled peanut fruits and the results obtained are summarized as follows: (1) In reclaimed land where is seen a high production of unfilled fruits, the occurrence of unfilling seeds was 75 0n 1954. Meanwhile, the remained ones identified as normal from their external appearance were proved, when examined anatomically, to contain abnormal seeds of 33-0x1.fcedp+0t showing cell shrinkage or collapse on surface of cotyledon, plumule or other organs and inducing brown colored spot or coloration when advanced. The abnormality of this type, though hidden at inner part of seeds, was ascertained, through microscopical examination, as same sign of unfilling to the previously reported nonpathological phenomena that existed on seed surface. And therefore it was revealed that the occurrence of unfilling is strikingly greater than the actual number counted by external appearance. (2) Usually the sign of unfilling does not develop isolately on the organs of seedcoat, cotyledon and plumule, but there is found an apparent tendency that it begins to appear earlier on plumule and cotyledon than on seedcoat, and furthermore initialiy at the inside of respective organ. It should be accordingly concluded that the sign of unfilling is induced from inner parts and gradually advances towa d the outer parts of seed.
公開者 千葉大学園芸学部
コンテンツの種類 紀要論文 Departmental Bulletin Paper
DCMI資源タイプ text
ファイル形式 application/pdf
ISSN 0069-3227
NCID AN00142658
掲載誌情報 千葉大学園芸学部学術報告 Vol.3 page.28-33 (19560310)
情報源 The technical bulletin of Faculty of Horticulture, Chiba University
言語 日本語
著者版フラグ publisher

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