geoscience.net logo
+ Resolve Article
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter

+ Translate
+ Subscribe to Site Feed
GeoScience Most Shared ContentMost Shared Content

Rooting potential capacity of woody cuttings of quince tree and Pyrus spp., used as rootstock for pear tree


, : Rooting potential capacity of woody cuttings of quince tree and Pyrus spp., used as rootstock for pear tree. Revista Cientifica Rural 10(1): 147-150

The rooting potential of woody cuttings of 24 quince cultivars and Pyrus sp., used as rootstocks for pears, treated with 2000 mg IBA/litre, was determined in a field experiment conducted in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.

US$29.90


Other references

Ohashi, F.; Awaji, T.; Shimada, T.; Shimada, Y., 1995: Plasma methylguanidine and creatinine concentrations in cats with experimentally induced acute renal failure. Plasma methylguanidine (MG) and creatinine (CRN) concentrations were measured in 11 cats with experimentally induced acute renal failure by a two-stage surgical procedure. According to the progression of renal failure, both plasma MG and CRN level...

Friedman, L.; Weiss, W.; Wherry, F.; Kline, O.L., 1958: Bioassay of vitamin E by the dialuric acid hemolysis method. A bioassay procedure that utilizes the protective effect of a single dose of vitamin E in rats against the in vitro hemolytic action of dialuric acid upon vitamin E-deficient erythrocytes has been described, and its precision, specificity, and dep...

Stokes, I.E.; Mock, R.G.; Gillaspie, A.G.J.; Koch, E.J., 1982: The sugarcane mosaic virus as a mutagenic agent in sweet sorghum (Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench.). When cv. MN 4611 was infected with SCMV str. A and used as male or female parent in crosses with cv. Planter, the presence of the virus reduced the number of F2 populations that fitted expected segregation ratios by 10%. Genetic effects associated...

Miettinen, J.K.; Moisio, T., 1953: A self-recording strip photometer for paper electrophoresis and paper chromatography. The construction and use of the instrument are described; a filter photometer is combined with a self-recording galvanometer from a polarograph. H. G. Bray.

Chenoweth, D., 2012: Economics, physical activity, and community design. North Carolina Medical Journal 73(4): 293-294

McCarthy John F.; Palmer Jennifer A., 2000: Molecular and interfacial processes controlling sequestration of soil organic carbon. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 81(48, Suppl

Walocko, F.M.; Scheier, B.Y.; Harms, P.W.; Fecher, L.A.; Lao, C.D., 2016: Metastatic Merkel cell carcinoma response to nivolumab. Journal for ImmunoTherapy of Cancer 4: 79-79

Kelly, P.M.; Speight, M.R.; Sterling, P.H.; Entwistle, P.F.; Hirst, M.L., 1988: The potential development of a viral control agent for the brown-tail moth, Euproctis chrysorrhoea (L.) (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae). The efficiency and environmental impact of a nuclear polyhedrosis virus against E. chrysorrhoea were assessed in the UK. The larvae of E. chrysorrhoea feed on many common tree species and their hairs cause a severe rash on contact with human skin....

Arnold, Rm, 1982: Floral biology of Chaenorrhinum minus (Scrophulariaceae) a self-compatible annual Floral characteristics, phenology, nectar, pollinators, New York. American midland naturalist 108(2): 317-324

Zhang, Z.; Wu, Y.; Dong, J.; Gao, W.; Han, Q.; Zheng, H., 2016: Controlled plasmon enhanced fluorescence by silver nanoparticles deposited onto nanotube arrays. Three-dimensional (3D) plasmonic nanostructures of porous alumina array (PAA) with silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) were prepared for enhancing fluorescence emission. In order to avoid fluorescence quenching effects and obtain clear fluorescence enhan...