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Home Publications The Genetics and Breeding of Southern Pines Part II. Physiology Chapter 4 - Vegetative Propogation

Chapter 4 - Vegetative Propogation

Reproduction of pines through the union of the sperm and the egg was discussed in the preceding chapter, followed here by information on producing new plants from grafting or rooting scions. Vegetative reproduction usually refers to production of new plants from parts such as pollen grains, but such techniques have not been developed for southern pines.


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Author(s): Keith W. Dorman

Publication: The Genetics and Breeding of Southern Pines - Part II. Physiology

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