Ethylene from alcohol lamps and natural gas burners: Effects on cotton ovules cultured in vitro

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In a transfer hood having positive pressure via flow of filtered air, momentary flaming of flask mouths via an alcohol lamp or natural gas burner introduced variable and often large amounts of ethylene into these culture vessels. Amounts of ethylene introduced depended upon where flask mouths were placed within the flame. Most ethylene diffused out of… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02618950

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@article{Beasley2007EthyleneFA, title={Ethylene from alcohol lamps and natural gas burners: Effects on cotton ovules cultured in vitro}, author={Christy A Beasley and Irving L. Eaks}, journal={In Vitro}, year={2007}, volume={15}, pages={263-269} }