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adventitious root


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adventitious root

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adventitious root

A strigolactone signal is required for adventitious root formation in rice

Dissecting the contribution of microtubule behaviour in adventitious root induction

Mineral nutrition and adventitious rooting in microcuttings of Eucalyptus globulus

Identification of new adventitious rooting mutants amongst suppressors of the Arabidopsis thaliana superroot2 mutation

Auxin and cytokinin control formation of the quiescent centre in the adventitious root apex of arabidopsis

Proper gibberellin localization in vascular tissue is required to regulate adventitious root development in tobacco

Rapid flooding-induced adventitious root development from preformed primordia in Solanum dulcamara

Adventitious rooting declines with the vegetative to reproductive switch and involves a changed auxin homeostasis

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

Signals controlling root suckering and adventitious shoot formation in aspen (Populus tremuloides)

Aquatic adventitious root development in partially and completely submerged wetland plants Cotula coronopifolia and Meionectes brownii

Analysis of indole-3-butyric acid-induced adventitious root formation on Arabidopsis stem segments

Root signals and stomatal closure in relation to photosynthesis, chlorophyll a fluorescence and adventitious rooting of flooded tomato plants

A trans‐zeatin riboside in root xylem sap negatively regulates adventitious root formation on cucumber hypocotyls

Adventitious Root Production and Plastic Resource Allocation to Biomass Determine Burial Tolerance in Woody Plants from Central Canadian Coastal Dunes

Life cycle stage and water depth affect flooding-induced adventitious root formation in the terrestrial species Solanum dulcamara

 

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A plant root that grows in an unusual location (for example, from a stem). See also root climber.

Subjects: Environmental Science.


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