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Hudson T. Hartmann, University of California, Davi
Dale E. Kester, University of California, Davis
Fred T. Davies, Jr., Texas A & M University
Robert L. Geneve, University of Kentucky
Intended for university-level plant propagation courses. Some background in biology is assumed.
Hallmarked as the most successful text of its kind, this remarkably thorough text covers all aspects of the propagation of plants - both sexual and asexual - with considerable attention given to human (vs natural) efforts to increase plant numbers.
Part I presents the scientific evidence that provides the theoretical framework upon which propagation is based. Pg.___
Part II describes in detail, procedures and techniques. Pg.___
Part III provides descriptions of up-to-date propagation methods for important horticultural plants.
Subsequent theory chapters integrate new and older concepts without being encyclopedic.
I. GENERAL ASPECTS OF PROPAGATION.
II. SEED PROPAGATION.
III. VEGETATIVE PROPAGATION.
IV. METHODS OF MICROPROPAGATION.
V. PROPAGATION OF SELECTED PLANTS.
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