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Plant Propagation By Mark J. Arena Clemson Extension Service
Horticulture Industry Vocabulary Language Professionalism
Plant Propagation The process of multiplying the # of plants by both asexual and sexual means.
Asexual Propagation Manipulation of plant parts (tissue) from a plant which generates into a new plant.
Liner A plant which is 1 yr old produced by seed or asexually
Prop. of Specialized Stems and Roots Separation Bulbs - bulblets > offsets > separate, repot = new plant
Prop. of Specialized Stems and Roots Division - used to prop. tuberous roots. Need a shoot bud or eye = a new plant. Ex: potato, dahlia, tuberous begonias
4 Conditions for B/G Scion and Stock - Compatible Cambiums properly aligned Physiological stage Maintenance of union
Sexual Propagation Increase of plants through seeds formed from the union of gametes. Pollen(M) + Egg(F) = Seed
Propagation Structures Greenhouses - control environmental conditions Cold Frames - provide no heat Hotbeds - obsolete
Propagule Newly propagated plant – produced either asexually or sexually – roots, stems, and leaves
Mist Systems Intermitten mist Overhead system In-bench mist system *Transpiration & turgidity
Sexual Prop. Seed propagation - sown Stock plants Chilling requirements Heterozygous Cross-pollinated
Stock Plant A plant maintained under optimal conditions used to collect material – seeds – cuttings
Types of Cuttings Soft wood Semi-hardwood Hardwood
2 Stages that require environ. control Rooting Acclimation
Factors Effecting Rooting Hormones Wounding Juvenility Handling
Factors cont. Type of Media Fertilization Envir. Conditions Physiological cond.
LAYERING Mounding & Stooling Air-layering induce rooting on the stem of a plant
Micropropagation T.C. Produces a mass of specific clones Requires special conditions More scientific than others
Adventitious Roots or Shoots When new growing points are initiated on a vegetative structure (roots, stems, or leaves)
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Sexual Reproduction POLLINATION / FERTILIZATION – Reproduction that requires two parent plants (ex. Flowering plants / Seeds) What is sexual reproduction.
Sexual & Asexual Reproduction. Introduction Plant reproduction is necessary for the survival and perpetuation of plant species. Plants have the capability.
Asexual Propagation Grafting Original work from “Applied Technologies” edited and used with permission by Dr. Teri Hamlin.
Plant Propagation The reproduction of new plants from seeds or vegetative parts of a plant.
Plant Propagation. Remember, germination of a seed is part of sexual reproduction. It can take awhile for a seed to develop into a mature plant. Through.
Starting Acclimation Starting Acclimation – Plants must develop cuticle – Gradual exposure to “harsh” climates – Dry conditions, wind, light intensity,
Asexual Reproduction in Flowering Plants or Vegetative Propagation Natural e.g. runners, tubers, plantlets, bulbs.
Plant Propagation. Plant propagation... Sexual methods - seed propagation Asexual methods –rooting cuttings –layering; air layering –grafting –specialized.
Types ASEXUAL REPRODUCTION. Types of asexual reproduction Fission Single celled organisms, such as paramecium and bacteria, which reproduce by splitting.
Reproduction in Plants. Sexual Reproduction Sexual Reproduction: Requires sperm cell (pollen) and an egg cell (ovule) to combine to produce a new organism.
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Reproduction. Asexual Reproduction _____ Parent No union of gametes Offspring genetically _______ to parents (“clone”) Offspring results from _________.
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“Other” specialized structures tubers tuberous roots rhizomes pseudobulbs.
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