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Symposium on production of potted plants and cut flowers

, : Symposium on production of potted plants and cut flowers. Acta Horticulturae (64): 249

The symposium was held at As, Norway, and Alnarp, Sweden, between 9 and 16 August, 1976. The following papers were presented: An in vitro technique for the vegetative multiplication of chimaeral plants of Dracaena and Cordyline, by P. Debergh; Clonal propagation of Phalaenopsis in vitro, by W. Pieper and K. Zimmer; Methods and problems of clonal propagation of bromeliads in vitro, by K. Zimmer and W. Pieper; Regeneration of Begonia hiemalis in vitro, by M.

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