+ Site Statistics
+ Search Articles
+ PDF Full Text Service
How our service works
Request PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on Facebook
Follow on Twitter
Follow on LinkedIn
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
Most Shared
PDF Full Text
+ Translate
+ Recently Requested

The anatomy of the formation of root shoots in cauliflower. The root shoots of the cabbage family in the works of S. G. Rumyantsev



The anatomy of the formation of root shoots in cauliflower. The root shoots of the cabbage family in the works of S. G. Rumyantsev



Subtrop Kul Tury 1: 102-104



When cauliflower is grown under certain conditions, a large number of shoots form on its roots. These can be used for the vegetative propagation of the cauliflower when it is grown commercially. Adventitious buds, formed on the roots, live for a 2d vegetation period, replacing the dying lateral root as a result of the division of the phellogen and phelloderm. In the callus at the base of the dying roots adventitious feeding rootlets form. The initial stages of development of the adventitious bud and root are similar, which indicates that the meristem is not predetermined in its development; the ecological conditions are important: under increased moisture roots form, under increased dryness buds form. The laying of the foundations of the meristem in the roots of cauliflower is associated with the dying off of lateral roots and with the cutting of the head during its flowering period. The abundance of storage tissues in the roots and the removal of the part of the plant using them[long dash]the head[long dash]creates favorable conditions for the development of the adventitious buds on the roots into shoots.

Please choose payment method:






(PDF emailed within 1 workday: $29.90)

Accession: 025678016

Download citation: RISBibTeXText


Related references

Controlling cabbage root fly on root-ball plants of cauliflower, broccoli and white cabbage. Groenten en Fruit 41(43): 52-53, 1986

Growth of two soybean shoots on a single root. Effect on nitrogen and dry matter accumulation by shoots and on the rate of nitrogen fixation by nodulated roots. Journal of Experimental Botany 25(84): 189-198, 1974

Root formation in in vitro grown apple shoots. Physiologia Plantarum: 3a, 1985

Root formation and adaptation of micropropagated Aronia shoots. Rasteniev"dni Nauki 29(5-6): 79-83, 1992

Formation of secondary shoots in wheat infected with root rot. Izvestiya Sibirskogo Otdeleniya Akademii Nauk SSSR Seriya Biologicheskikh Nauk (1): 107-110, 1975

Control of cabbage root fly delia brassicae on winter cauliflower by root dipping. Annals of Applied Biology 97(SUPPL): 4-5, 1981

Wood formation in in vitro propagated walnut shoots in relation with root formation and development. Acta Botanica Gallica 151(1): 45-53, 2004

Effect of NAA and BA on root formation in tomato shoots cultured in vitro. Ciencias de la Agricultura (10): 41-45, 1981

Primary root formation in the growing shoots of several cereal crops. Japanese Journal of Crop Science 52(3): 342-348, 1983

Some factors affecting root formation on in vitro regenerated pea shoots. Biologia Plantarum (Prague) 30(3): 179-184, 1988

Adventitious root formation in young shoots of Cedrus deodara. Biologia Plantarum 45(3): 473-476, 2002

Predisposition for root formation and auxin content of Douglas-fir shoots. Physiology and biochemistry of auxins in plants: proceedings of the symposium held at Liblice Czechoslovakia September 28 October 2-1987 edited by Milan Kutacek Robert S Bandurski and Jan Krekule: 288, 1988

Root formation on in vitro micropropagated shoots of Camellia sinensis L. Sri Lanka Journal of Tea Science 65(1/2): 5-10, 1997

Root formation in micropropagated shoots of Sequoia sempervirens using Agrobacterium. Plant Science Limerick 141(1): 73-80, 1999

The effect of cultivar on root formation by air layered pecan shoots. Hortscience 22(5 SECT 2): 1108, 1987