The length of stomata as an indicator for polyploidy in rye-grasses
by Speckman G. J., Post J., Dijkstra H. (1965)
G. J. SPECKMANN, J . POST Jr., H. DIJKSTRA,
Foundation for Agricultural Plant Breeding,
Wageningen, The Netherlands
In Euphytica 14: 225-230 – https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00149503 –
The suitability of stomata length as a criterion in the distinction between diploid and tetraploid rye-grass plants was tested.
From the data it appears that diploid and tetraploid plants can be separated with a large degree of certainty if the selection is based on the stomata length.