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Biochemical changes during root formation in Mangifera indica L. air layers


, : Biochemical changes during root formation in Mangifera indica L. air layers. Acta Horticulturae (24): 64-71

Studies were made of changes in the carbohydrate and nitrogen fractions of air-layered (L) and air-layered, IBA-treated (L/IBA) mango shoots during the 5 weeks following treatment. A progressive increase in carbohydrates occurred in both cases. At the callusing stage L shoots contained more carbohydrates but showed less callusing and root formation than L/IBA. Total N in bark and wood decreased during root formation.


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