The effects of temperature , photoperiod , and vernalization on regrowth and flowering competence in Euphorbia esula ( Euphorbiaceae ) crown buds

@inproceedings{Foley2009TheEO,
  title={The effects of temperature , photoperiod , and vernalization on regrowth and flowering competence in Euphorbia esula ( Euphorbiaceae ) crown buds},
  author={Michael E. Foley and James V. Anderson and David P. Horvath},
  year={2009}
}
The herbaceous perennial weed Euphorbia esula L. (Euphorbiaceae) reproduces by vegetative and sexual means, characteristics that are key to its persistence and survival. In this study, we examined environmental effects on regrowth and flowering under controlled conditions to further validate field observations and set the stage for the future identification of molecular mechanisms involved in the regulation of these processes. Shoot cuttings were exposed to different combinations of decreasing… CONTINUE READING

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