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Organ culture of Eucalyptus grandis L.

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Organ culture of nodes of Eucalyptus grandis permitted the rooting of nodes from much beyond No. 14, the highest node from which rooting has been described so far, namely up to node No. 80, the cotyledonary node being No. 1. Plantlets which were obtained from node 50 have been successfully transferred to the field.

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Cresswell, R., Nitsch, C. Organ culture of Eucalyptus grandis L.. Planta 125, 87–90 (1975).

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