Rhizogenic | definition of rhizogenic by Medical dictionary
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Of, relating to, or stimulating the formation of roots: the rhizogenic effect of auxin.
rhi′zo·gen′e·sis (-ĭ-sĭs) n.
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Treatments 17, 18 and 19 generated smaller calli that had a rhizogenic
In apple microcuttings, De Klerk (2002) showed that during the first days certain cells in the stem become competent to respond to the rhizogenic
Seasonal climatic contrasts promoted repeated situations of immersion and emersion, testified by hidromorphic features and carbonate rhizogenic
concretions developed in the floodplain clays.
In a way, any nutrient involved in the metabolic processes associated with adventitious root differentiation is considered essential for rhizogenic
initiation (CUNHA et al.
Once again, it is observed that the rhizogenic
capacity of the Bragantina cultivar is lower than those observed in the Iacara and Guajarina cuttings.