adventitious root


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adventitious root

[‚ad·ven′tish·əs ′rüt]
(botany)
A root that arises from any plant part other than the primary root (radicle) or its branches.
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Significant effects of NaCl X P on adventitious root length was clearly demonstrated (Table 2), though adventitious root length was reduced with salinity, it increased by P treatment within concentrations of NaCl less than or equal to 50 mM only (Table 2).
Effects of temperature on adventitious root development in microcuttings of Eucalyptus saligna Smith and Eucalyptus globulus Labill.
0 mg/L indole butyric acid (IBA) and 3% sucrose to induce adventitious root at 25[+ or -]2[degrees]C in darkness.
In vitro adventitious root formation was observed from 10th day to 22nd day from inoculation.
Meanwhile, intact stems can sprout adventitious roots upon exposure to the soil and damaged stems can produce roots at their proximal ends (Fisher & Ewers, 1991).
Vegetative propagation of Ulmus villosa: effects of plant growth regulators, collection time, type of donor and position of shoot on adventitious root formation in stem cuttings.
2008) observed that wild-ginseng adventitious root meal supplementation (5 g/kg) in growing-finishing pig diets increased meat WHC while decreasing WHC when 15 g/kg wild-ginseng adventitious root meal supplementation was fed.
The data on adventitious root, tillering counts, plant height, root dry weight, and plant dry weight all confirm this improvement in early growth compared with the single-disc opening configuration.
But through the years, other scientists have discounted the existence of these roots as a separate type, contending they are simply a variation of the better known adventitious roots.
Average adventitious root length was significantly reduced at the 75 and 100 mM NaCl.
In order to explain signal transduction mechanisms that operate during IAA- and NO-induced adventitious root formation, Pagnussat et al.
1990), the first cyclological changes associated with AR primordia are clearly visible at 24 h following derooting in sunflower seedlings, and adventitious root primordia can be seen growing through the epidermis of the hypocotyls within three days after the excision of primary roots (Fabijan et al.