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From: Time-series transcriptome provides insights into the gene regulation network involved in the volatile terpenoid metabolism during the flower development of lavender

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The morphology of flower at various developmental stages in lavender. a-d Schematic representations of L. angustifolia ‘JX-2’ inflorescence. Inflorescence with five-whorl flower was selected (a). b a pair of multi-flowered cyme. Red ovals represent first-axis florets, which were indicated ‘F_1’ in (b-d), and green ovals represent second-axis florets attached to first axis, which were indicated ‘F_2’ in (b-d). e-l initial bud (e) as well as first- and second-axis flowers at remote whorl (circled by magenta) of five maturity stages were used for analysis. The florets of first- or second-axis at fourth and fifth developmental stage were indicated by red or green lines, respectively (k, l)

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