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Rooting in cuttings of Mangifera indica L






Acta Horticulturae (24): 61-63

Rooting in cuttings of Mangifera indica L

The rooting of hardwood mango cuttings is promoted by ringing and IBA treatment. This effect was studied in relation to the protein metabolism of the treated material. Ringing in mature and young plants resulted in carbohydrate accumulation above the ring. Increased protein synthesis in ringed shoot cuttings was associated with an increase in DNA and RNA synthesis.


Accession: 000186783



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