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Contribution to the knowledge of some physiological and biochemical processes in grapevine grafting


, : Contribution to the knowledge of some physiological and biochemical processes in grapevine grafting. Cercetari Agronomice in Moldova 19(4): 35-42

The physiological and biochemical aspects of new tissue development are discussed. Treatment with IAA or NAA, each at 100 mg/litre, of Kober 5BB rootstock cuttings slowly reactivated callus tissue production with beneficial effects on vine grafts.

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