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Guayule seedling root regeneration potential increases with age


, : Guayule seedling root regeneration potential increases with age. HortScience 19(5): 713-714

Rooting of Parthenium argentatum seedlings was determined by suspending 8-, 10- and 12-week-old plants in a bottom mist chamber. The number and length of new roots were significantly greater after 3, 6, 9 and 12 days for 12-week-old compared with 8-week-old plants.


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