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Anatomical structure of the stem of Far Eastern species of juniper in relation to the features of root formation in cuttings



Anatomical structure of the stem of Far Eastern species of juniper in relation to the features of root formation in cuttings



Byulleten' Glavnogo Botanicheskogo Sada ( 160): 34-41



Anatomical studies were made of the stems (often trailing or prostrate) of Juniperus rigida, J. sibirica, J. conferta, J. dahurica and J. sargentii, with special reference to the bark and the initiation of roots. All five species are capable of propagation by cuttings, and all of them produce a few or numerous root primordia on the stems in the crown, except for J. rigida.

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