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Transfer conductance in second growth Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.)Franco) canopies
The internal conductance from intercellular spaces to the sites of carboxylation ( g i ) has only been measured in a few tree species and not in conifers, despite the fact it may impose a largeExpand
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Shoot regeneration from leaves of Prunus serotina Ehrh. (black cherry) and P. avium L. (wild cherry)
Abstract Leaves excised from shoot cultures of Prunus avium cvs. F12/1 and Charger and genotype 1908, and from five genotypes of P. serotina and two hybrids of P. avium×P. sargentii developed shootsExpand
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Micropropagation of mature British wild cherry
Shoot tips from accessions of wild cherry (Prunus avium L.) selected from British woodland, and also theP. avium rootstock cvs. F12/1 and Charger, were successfully establishedin vitro, and most wereExpand
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Apparent Rejuvenation of Mature Wild Cherry (Prunus avium L.) during Micropropagation
Summary Shoot tips from mature trees of the cherry rootstocks F12/1( Prunus avium L.), Colt ( P. avium × P. pseudocerasus ) and an accession of P. avium from British woodland were placed onto aExpand
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Adventitious shoot development from wild cherry (Prunus avium L.) leaves
Experiments were carried out to improve shootformation from leaves of wild cherry (Prunusavium L). Emphasis was placed on maximising shootnumbers per leaf. Results with one genotype showedthat leafExpand
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A scanning electron microscopic study of larval development in the marine polychaete, Galeolaria caespitosa Lamarck (Serpulidae)
  • N. J. Grant
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Cell and Tissue Research
  • 2004
SummaryGametes and developing larvae of the polychaete Galeolaria caespitosa were examined by scanning electron microscopy. The sperm display a primitive morphology. When treated with 0.33 M CaCl2,Expand
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Physiological and genetic manipulation of adventitious rooting in Prunus spp
Many species from economically important genera remain rooting recalcitrant, prohibiting the commercialisation of many species in forestry and horticulture, and hindering genetic improvement byExpand