Promotion by CCC of Growth in Jerusalem Artichoke Tissue
The response of Jerusalem artichoke tuber tissue to added growth substances varies depending on the length of time the tubers have been stored at low temperature after harvest (Adamson 1962). The present work is part of a study of the response of tissue from non-dormant tubers to growth substances. Immature tubers which were still capable of growth on the plants, and tubers which were sprouting at low temperature after lengthy cold storage were studied.
KeywordsTreatment Solution Growth Substance Cold Storage Promotive Effect Jerusalem Artichoke
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