rhizogenic


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rhizogenic

(rī′zō-jĕn′ĭk)
adj. Botany
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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(2010) observed that the cuttings wet cold stratified for 30 days and later treated with 2,000 mg [L.sup.-1] of AIB presented high rhizogenic capacity.
Rhizogenic behavior of black pepper cultivars to indole-3-butyric acid.
The existence of differences in the rhizogenic process of minicuttings of the six olive cultivars evaluated was verified.
(2009) concluded that the plant nutrition effect on adventitious rhizogenesis is not yet fully understood due to the rhizogenic process complexity and the innumerable interactions between mineral nutrients.
According to the authors, at the end of 60 days, it was seen that calluses were formed and rhizogenic initiation occurred on the budsticks/cleft branches of quince trees.
In a way, any nutrient involved in the metabolic processes associated with adventitious root differentiation is considered essential for rhizogenic initiation (CUNHA et al., 2009a; TRUEMAN et al., 2012).
In the avocado case, a woody tree, the ability to produce seeds that show high potential to grow sprouts from emerged seedling is a strategy to increase the number of young propagules with high rhizogenic capacity, maximizing the seedlings production.
Once again, it is observed that the rhizogenic capacity of the Bragantina cultivar is lower than those observed in the Iacara and Guajarina cuttings.
The rhizogenic process resulted in a greater thin root dry matter mass in grafted plantlets (0.87 g) when compared with the plantlets propagated by cutting (0.44 g).
(2004) determined the optimum time for rooting of mini-cuttings of two clones of Eucalyptus spp., obtaining the optimal time for permanence of the mini-cuttings inside the greenhouse and demonstrating the potential of mathematical modeling of rhizogenic processes for the management of selected genotypes.