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Arthur Q. Villordon, Don R. La Bonte, Nurit Firon, Yanir Kfir, Etan Pressman, and Amnon Schwartz

those roots subsequently underwent changes in their growth pattern and developed into storage roots ( Belehu et al., 2004 ; Togari, 1950 ; Wilson and Lowe, 1973 ). Adventitious roots originated from root primordia located on the nodes as well as at the

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Benjamin D. Taylor and Benjamin K. Hoover

talc dip. On each chart, treatments not sharing a letter in a year are significantly different according to a Tukey honestly significant difference test at P < 0.05 ( n = 7); 1 ppm = 1 μg·g −1 , 1 cm 2 = 0.1550 inch 2 . Table 2. Adventitious rooting

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Liang Zheng, Zibin Xiao, and Weitang Song

used for D. caryophyllus seedling production, which is economically important for high-scale breeding of elite commercial genotypes from stem cuttings of the mother plants ( Garrido et al., 1998 ). Adventitious rooting is an essential step in the

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Arthur Villordon, Christopher Clark, Don LaBonte, and Nurit Firon

adventitious rooting is important in identifying practical methods to optimize plant stand and production efficiency. The role of plant hormones in adventitious rooting has been a source of confusion not only in sweetpotatoes but in other plant species as well

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Michael T. Martin Jr., Geoffrey M. Weaver, Matthew R. Chappell, and Jerry Davis

Adventitious root formation (ARF) is the process by which roots arise from nonroot plant tissue ( Bellini et al., 2014 ; Davis and Haissig, 2013 ). Effectively using ARF for plant propagation is a cornerstone of the ornamental horticulture industry

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Ningguang Dong, Qingmin Wang, Junpei Zhang, and Dong Pei

The relationship between auxin and adventitious root formation has been studied for many years. Indole-3-acetic acid plays a central role in adventitious rooting and was the first plant hormone used to stimulate the rooting of cuttings ( Cooper

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Arthur Villordon, Don LaBonte, Julio Solis, and Nurit Firon

were unequal subsample sizes of adventitious roots that met the criteria for scanning and analysis in all experiments. In each experiment, extra replicates were grown for validation of visible storage root formation at 40 d. Root image acquisition and

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Benjamin E. Deloso, Anders J. Lindström, Frank A. Camacho, and Thomas E. Marler

in the asexual propagation literature. Our objective was to determine the influence of IBA concentrations of 0 to 30 mg·g −1 on the success and speed of adventitious root formation on Z. furfuracea and Z. integrifolia stem cuttings. Materials and

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Arthur Villordon, Don LaBonte, and Julio Solis

values with significant differences inferred at P < 0.05. All statistical analyses were performed using SAS (Version 9.2; SAS Institute, Cary, NC). Results and Discussion Adventitious root growth dynamics after planting. In both years, destructive

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Thomas E. Marler

( Marler and Cruz, 2017 ) because excavation of intact roots for traditional transplant operations was cost-prohibitive. This unprecedented attempt to initiate adventitious roots on large cycad stems resulted in 41% success in adventitious root formation