EurekaMag.com logo
+ Translate

The influence of IBA ( beta -indolyl-butyric acid) on the propagation of kola (Cola nitida (Vent) Schott & Endl.) by leaf-bud cuttings


, : The influence of IBA ( beta -indolyl-butyric acid) on the propagation of kola (Cola nitida (Vent) Schott & Endl.) by leaf-bud cuttings. Acta Horticulturae (49): 167-174

Leaf-bud cuttings from 4-month-old flushes of mature trees and from well-ripened zones of young seedlings rooted successfully. The percentage of successfully rooted leaf buds and the number and length of roots were improved by a 24-h dip in dilute IBA after callus formation, and the time to rooting was reduced from 6 to 4 weeks. There was no advantage in incorporating naphthoxyacetic acid with the IBA and prior treatment with phenylacetic acid and sucrose did not improve the effect of IBA.

(PDF promotion: $19.90)

Order PDF Full Text

Close
Close

Click here to order any other PDF Full Text


Accession: 000543027

PDF Full Text: Submit


Submit PDF Full Text

No spam - Every submission is manually reviewed

Submitted PDF Full Texts will always be free for everyone
(We only charge for PDFs that we need to acquire)

Select a PDF file:
Close
Close

Other references

Matsushita, M.; Tamanuki, K., 1935: Ueber einige Bookkafer Japans. Insecta Matsumurana Sapporo, 10: 1-5

Nathorst, A. G., 1910: Upptackten af skalbaggar pa Spetsbergen.. Fauna and Flora Uppsala, 5 3-8

Anonymous, 1992: List of the Hungarian tourist partners. This is a directory of travel bureaux, tourism organizations, unions and associations in Hungary.

Sigman, Mark; Lopes, Laurie, 1993: The correlation between round cells and white blood cells in the semen. It is generally recognized that white blood cells in semen are detrimental to sperm function and fertility. Traditionally, pyospermia has been suspected if greater than 10 round cells per high power field or more than 1 million round cells per ml....

Robbins E.I., 1984: The degradation of metal bearing organic tissues kerogen experiments measurements observations and interpretations. Palynology 8: 250

Yao S.K.; Cai S.H.; Jia S.R.; Hsu H.T., 1985: Specificities of monoclonal antibodies to strains of potato virus y. Phytopathology 75(11): 1356

Srutek, M.; Bauer, V.; Klimes, L.; Pinosova, J., 1988: Ecology of economically important plants in the river Luznice floodplain. Studies of transpiration in shrubby willows indicated that Salix cinerea was suited to sites with standing water whereas S. fragilis, S. purpurea, S. triandra and S. viminalis were typical of sites with running water. The distribution of Urtica di...

Mayenne M. Q. P. Valente; Escolástica R. F. Moura; Marcos V. de Oliveira Lopes; Ana K. de Castro Damasceno; Danielle R. Evangelista, 2012: Clinical Indicators of the Nursing Diagnosis of “Imbalanced Nutrition More than Body Requirements in Pregnant Women. To verify the accuracy measures of certain clinical indicators for the diagnosis of Imbalanced Nutrition: More than Body Requirements in pregnant women. and SampleA cross-sectional, descriptive, and exploratory study. In total, 146 pregnant women...

Maurya K.R., 1985: Effect of mulching on productivity and quality of lesser yam dioscorea esculenta lour. Studies on the effect of different mulches viz. paddy straw, sugarcane leaves, mango leaves, water-hyacinth and no mulching a control on the germination, growth, yield starch and protein content of lesser yam indicated that waterhyacinth mulching...

Morse, Jane H.; Spiera, Harry, 1992: Autoimmune diseases, immunoglobulin isotypes and lymphocyte subsets in 30 females with breast augmentation mammoplasty. Arthritis & Rheumatism 35(9 SUPPL ): S65