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The effect of dorsi-ventrality and polarity on callus formation and union in grafted vines with special reference to machine grafting



The effect of dorsi-ventrality and polarity on callus formation and union in grafted vines with special reference to machine grafting



Weinberg und Keller 23(3): 89-112



Studies were made on the practical utilization in grafting of the fact that the dorsal and ventral sides of vine shoots have higher potentials for callus formation than the flat and grooved sides and that the stimulus to callus production induced by the root pole is greater than that of the shoot pole at the grafting cut. In normal grafts the cut should slant from the flat to the grooved side. Omega and lamella grafts were most successful when joined dorsiventrally.

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