Cutting Propagation I

Cutting Propagation Lecture by Dr. Fred Davies from Texas A&M. Developed as part of a educational project created by Dr. Sandy Wilson at the University of Florida. Text info: Cutting propagation (cuttage) is a vegetative propagation technique in which a portion of a plant is cut from the parent or stock plant and induced to form roots and/or shoots by a combination of chemical, mechanical, and/or environmental manipulations. This slide shows leafy shoot cuttings from a woody plant, with new adventitious roots which have formed at the base of the cutting after several weeks in the proper environment.

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Channels: Cell Biology

Tags: propagation

Uploaded by: ( Send Message ) on 10-09-2007.

Duration: 22m 14s