Adventitious Root Formation in Cuttings
Tim D. Davis, Bruce E. Haissig, Narendra Sankhla
Dioscorides Press, 1988 - Technology & Engineering - 315 pages
This text presents a comprehensive treatment of the striking of roots from above ground parts of plants. The subject is addressed from the points of view of genetics, plant nutrition and water status, plant enzymology, plant hormones (auxins, gibberellins, cytokinins) and other metabolic, soil, and environment factors. Practical propagation problems are also addressed.
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