1. Rejuvenation of forest trees

@article{Greenwood20041RO,
  title={1. Rejuvenation of forest trees},
  author={Michael S. Greenwood},
  journal={Plant Growth Regulation},
  year={2004},
  volume={6},
  pages={1-12}
}
Phase change, or maturation, in woody plants not only results in changes in growth behavior, but results in increased difficulty in vegetatively propagating select individuals. The process of maturation in woody plants is discussed, with emphasis on methods for reversal of the process, including use of plant growth regulators and tissue culture. Since maturation is manifested by changes in growth behavior, foliar morphology, phyllotaxy, reproductive competence, in addition to numerous other… CONTINUE READING
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