Cell and Tissue Culture in Forestry: Specific Principles and by J. M. Bonga, Don J. Durzan (auth.), J. M. Bonga, Don J.
By J. M. Bonga, Don J. Durzan (auth.), J. M. Bonga, Don J. Durzan (eds.)
2. 2. Plant fabrics 2. three. Pregrowth stipulations 2. four. Cryoprotectant therapy 2. five. Freezing 2. five. 1. sluggish freezing 2. five. 2. swift freezing 2. five. three. Droplet freezing 2. 6. garage 2. 7. Thawing 2. eight. Viability checking out 2. nine. Post-thaw regrowth three. EXAMPLES OF CRYOPRESERVATION OF WOODY PLANT fabric four. strength program OF CRYOPRESERVATION IN TREE development 17. NURSERY dealing with OF PROPAGULES - J. A. driving force, and 320 G. R. L. Suttle 1. advent 2. advertisement NURSERY wishes VS. LABORATORY perform three. SEASONALITY OF development AND creation CYCLES four. MICROPROPAGATION thoughts four. 1. traits in advertisement micropropagation four. 1. 1. agreement micropropagation five. elements AFFECTING SURVIVAL AND progress five. 1. Hardening of propagules in vitro five. 2. Greenhouse considerationS------ five. three. box planting five. four. New techniques: Direct box rooting five. four. 1. Pretreatment in vitro five. four. 2. Root induction five. four. three. box placement 18. MYCORRHIZAE - R. okay. Dixon, and D. H. Marx 336 1. creation 2. position OF MYCORRHIZAE IN TREE progress AND improvement three. construction and alertness OF ECTOMYCORRHIZAL FUNGUS INOCULUM three. 1. Bareroot inventory three. 2. Container-grown inventory four. box TRIALS WITH ECTOMYCORRHIZAL PLANTING inventory five. creation and alertness OF ENDOMYCORRHIZAL INOCULUM 6. box TRIALS WITH ENDOMYCORRHIZAL 7. learn possibilities eight. precis 351 19. TISSUE tradition APPLICATIUN TO woodland PATHOLOGY AND PEST regulate - A. M. Diner, and D. F. Karnosky 1. creation 2. HOST AND PATHOGEN: tradition AND problem 2. 1.
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