Distinct effects of auxin and light on adventitious root development in Eucalyptus saligna and Eucalyptus globulus.

@article{FettNeto2001DistinctEO,
  title={Distinct effects of auxin and light on adventitious root development in Eucalyptus saligna and Eucalyptus globulus.},
  author={Arthur Germano Fett-Neto and Janette Palma Fett and L W Veira Goulart and Gemma Pasquali and Regina R. Termignoni and Alfredo Ferreira},
  journal={Tree physiology},
  year={2001},
  volume={21 7},
  pages={457-64}
}
Adventitious rooting is essential for vegetative propagation of woody species. We studied the effects of auxin and light on the development of adventitious roots in cuttings obtained from seedlings of Eucalyptus saligna Smith and E. globulus Labill in an attempt to characterize the adventitious rooting process and identify factors controlling rhizogenesis. Root development was scored as rooting percentage, root density (roots per rooted cutting), mean rooting time and root length. In both… CONTINUE READING
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In contrast , rooting of cuttings from 3-month - old E. globulus seedlings exhibited recalcitrant behavior and no roots were formed if illuminated during the root formation phase .
We studied the effects of auxin and light on the development of adventitious roots in cuttings obtained from seedlings of Eucalyptus saligna Smith and E. globulus Labill in an attempt to characterize the adventitious rooting process and identify factors controlling rhizogenesis .
In contrast , rooting of cuttings from 3-month - old E. globulus seedlings exhibited recalcitrant behavior and no roots were formed if illuminated during the root formation phase .
We studied the effects of auxin and light on the development of adventitious roots in cuttings obtained from seedlings of Eucalyptus saligna Smith and E. globulus Labill in an attempt to characterize the adventitious rooting process and identify factors controlling rhizogenesis .
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