Carolina M. Ruedell

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Adventitious rooting (AR) is a multifactorial response leading to new roots at the base of stem cuttings, and the establishment of a complete and autonomous plant. AR has two main phases: (a) induction, with a requirement for higher auxin concentration; (b) formation, inhibited by high auxin and in which anatomical changes take place. The first stages of(More)
BACKGROUND Eucalyptus globulus and its hybrids are very important for the cellulose and paper industry mainly due to their low lignin content and frost resistance. However, rooting of cuttings of this species is recalcitrant and exogenous auxin application is often necessary for good root development. To date one of the most accurate methods available for(More)
Background Eucalyptus globulus and its hybrids are important for the cellulose and paper industry, mainly due to their relatively low lignin content. However, rooting of cuttings of this species is often recalcitrant and exogenous auxin application is necessary for adventitious root development. Auxin plays a central role in rooting capacity , which is(More)
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