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The effect of benzyladenine and naphthalene acetic acid on rooting and subsequent growth of Portulaca umbraticola Kunth

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Regulating the rooting process of rose softwood cuttings by foliar citric and malic acid spray on stock plants

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The impact of three bacteria isolated from contaminated plant cultures on in vitro multiplication and rooting of microshoots of four ornamental plants

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Evaluation of Early Rooting Traits of Eastern Cottonwood That Are Important For Selection Tests

variance and “C” effects in balsam poplar rooting. Silvae Genetica 38: 62-65. FEGE, A. S. (1983): The practice and physiological basis of collecting, storing and planting Populus hardwood cuttings. Gen. Tech. Report. NC-91. FEGE, A. S. and G. N. BROWN (1984): Carbohydrate distribution in dormant populus shoot and hardwood cuttings. Forest Science 30: 999-1010. HAN, K. H., H. D. JR. BRADSHAW, M. P. GORDON and K. H. HAN (1994): Adventitious root and shoot regeneration in vitro is under major gene control in an F2 family of

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The Influence of Laser Beam and Auxins on Rooting of Leatherleaf Viburnum (VIBURNUM RHYTIDOPHYIIUM Hemsl.) Cuttings

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The aim of this work is to compare the effect of three- and sixfold irradiation with a semiconductor laser beams of 200 mW power and wavelength equal to 670 nm and the rooting agent on the percentage and quality of rooted cuttings of leatherleaf viburnum. The most effective for root number and root length was threefold irradiation and for fresh root weight threefold irradiation applied together with the rooting agent.

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Soil Temperature and Precipitation Affect the Rooting Ability of Dormant Hardwood Cuttings of Populus

References ALLEN, R. M. and A. L. MCCOMB (1956): Rooting of cottonwood clones. USDA For. Serv. Occ. Pap. SO-OP-151. BLOOMBERG, W. J. (1963): The significance of initial adventitious roots in poplar cuttings and the effect of certain factors on their development. For. Chron. 39: 279-289. BRADSHAW, H. D., JR. (1996): Molecular genetics of Populus, pp. 183-199. In: R. F. STETTLER, H. D. BRADSHAW, JR., P. E. HEILMAN, and T. M. HINCKLEY (eds). Biology of Populus and its implications for management and conservation

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Bud Removal Affects Shoot, Root, and Callus Development of Hardwood Populus Cuttings

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Date of Shoot Collection, Genotype, and Original Shoot Position Affect Early Rooting of Dormant Hardwood Cuttings of Populus

References ALLEN, R. M. and A. L. MCCOMB (1956): Rooting of cottonwood clones. USDA For. Serv. Occ. Pap. SO-OP-151. BLOOMBERG, W. J. (1963): The significance of initial adventitious roots in poplar cuttings and the effect of certain factors on their development. For. Chron. 39: 279-289. BLOOMBERG, W. J. (1959): Root formation of black cottonwood cuttings in relation to region of the parent shoot. For. Chron. 35: 13-17. BOWERSOX, T. W. (1970): Influence of cutting size on juvenile growth and

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Assessment of the usefulness of selected media used in the rooting process of lavender cotton shoot cuttings

REFERENCES A nicua -S anchez R., G utierrez -C astorena M.C., S anchez -G arcia P., 2008. Physical and micro-morphological properties of organic and inorganic materials for preparing growing media. Acta Hort. 779: 557-563. B eckmann -C avalcante M.Z., L opez -P ivetta K.F., M einken E., R oeber R., 2009. Growth of Chrysanthemum × grandiflorum in different peats and change of peat properties during cultivation. Acta Hort. 819: 181-184. B lok C., V erhagen J.B.G.M., 2009. Trends in rooting media in Dutch horticulture during the period

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In vitro multiplication, micromorphological studies and ex vitro rooting of Hybanthus enneaspermus (L.) F. Muell. – a rare medicinal plant

herb. World Journal of Agricultural Sciences 7, 55–61. Awobajo, F. O., Olatunji-Bello, I. I., Adegoke, O. A., Odugbemi, T. O., 2009: Phytochemical and antimicrobial screening of Hybanthus enneaspermus and Paquentina nigricense . Recent Research in Science and Technology 1, 159–160. Barreto, M. S., Nookaraju, A., 2007: Effect of auxin types on in vitro and ex vitro rooting and acclimatization of grapevine as influenced by substrates. Indian Journal of Horticulture 64, 5–11. Baskaran, P., Van Staden, J., 2013: Rapid in vitro micropropagation

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