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In vitro rooting of Nepenthes truncata Macf.

Eufemio T. Rasco, Jr. and Georgianna Kae R. Oguis and Cyrose Suzie C. Silvosa

Carniv. Pl. Newslett. 41(4):135-139
Published December 2012

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Abstract

Rooting is an important stage in propagation of in vitro-grown delicate plants such as Nepenthes truncata. With well-developed root systems, plants are hardy enough to withstand changes in the environment during transfer from laboratory to nursery, thereby ensuring high survival rates.

Keywords: in vitro rooting, Nepenthes truncata, IBA

Article Citation

Eufemio T. Rasco, Jr. and Georgianna Kae R. Oguis and Cyrose Suzie C. Silvosa. 2012. In vitro rooting of Nepenthes truncata Macf.. Carniv. Pl. Newslett. 41(4):135-139.

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