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Anatomical-histological examinations of the development of adventitious roots on the mallet of one-year hardwood cuttings of apple and plum



Anatomical-histological examinations of the development of adventitious roots on the mallet of one-year hardwood cuttings of apple and plum



Mitteilungen Klosterneuburg, Rebe und Wein, Obstbau und Fruchteverwertung 41(3): 119-126



Mallet cuttings of apple (Gloster and M.9) and plum (Ortenauer, Ortenauer x Gerstetter, St. Julien GF 655/2 and Myrobalane) were rooted in a propagation box. The cuttings were inspected every 5 days. Callus formation at the mallet could be detected macroscopically after 3 weeks, and the first adventitious roots formed after 4-5 weeks, emerging at the edges of the callus except in the case of Ortenauer and Myrobalane. Later adventitious roots emerged directly from the mallet callus.

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