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small bulb or bulb-shaped growth arising from the leaf axil or in the place of flowers


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micrantha and the second goal was to investigate the influences of different commercial medium and concentrations of cytokinin on bulblet multiplication of proliferated calli.
Effect of auxins, cytokinins, gibberellins, abscisic acid and ethephon on regeneration and growth of bulblets on excised bulb scale segments of Hyacinth.
Effects of these hormones on shoot initiation, multiple shoot formation, root formation and bulblet formation have been studied.
Cystopteris bulbifera (L.) Bernh.: bulblet bladderfern.
Results indicated that planting method had a significant effect on bulblet number, but the weight of mother bulb and bulblets was not affected significantly (Fig.
Onion belongs to monocotyledonous group poses less response to genetic transformation due to large genome size (Arumuganathan and Earle, 1991) and the main factors which decrease the efficiency of in vitro onion regeneration are bulblet formation, tissue virtification and plantlets dormancy (Eady et al.
Effects of temperature, plant growth regulators and substrates andchanges in carbohydrate content during bulblet formation by twinscale propagation in Hippeastrum vittatum'Red lion'.
Another method is to take out a drill 4in deep and then use a trowel to make a hole for each seedling, taking care not to plant too deeply - only the roots and the base of the bulblet should be below the surface.
Cystopteris bulbifera (L.) Bernh.; Bulblet Bladder Fern; BSUH 11291.
Breeders' packages were popular, as well as Petri dishes containing bulblet embryos.
Cystopteris bulbifera (L.) Bern., Bulblet Bladder Fern; Berry Bladder Fern.* xS?
Although a combination of the highest concentration and longest duration induced the highest percentage of polyploid plants when only focusing on the data of the survived plants, it led to a high percentage of dead plants and was not the most efficient condition according to the data of the total bulblet numbers used for this study.
The weight of the bulblet cluster, if left alone, causes the stem to bend, dropping the cluster to the ground, where it roots and sends up new shoots--thus the "walking" sobriquet.
The answer is to dig them up, but you have to get right down to the roots and get out the little bulblet. If you don't, then they will regenerate next spring.
The concentrations and combinations of different plant growth regulators in MS medium had significantly different and variable effects on bulblet regeneration.