Plant Propagation Concepts And Laboratory Exercises

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Overview

A complete teaching guide with hands-on laboratories, this book is edited by two of the leading experts in the field. The text develops a working knowledge of the principles of plant propagation, as they apply in temperate and tropical environments. In addition to presenting the essential fundamentals, this carefully conceived work provides proven protocols and practices that students will be able to apply in their laboratory and field experiences.

  • Logically organized for quick reference
  • Packed with suggestions and step-by-step protocols
  • Lays flat for easy bench use
  • Provides collateral material for classroom use

All of the main concepts presented in the text are supported with carefully chosen laboratory and greenhouse exercises that the authors have used successfully in teaching situations. These exercises illustrate propagation concepts, while providing students with basic propagation skill sets.

Plant Propagation Concepts and Laboratory Exercises contains up-to-date information that will teach students how to—

  • Choose the best methods for plant propagation including proper media and containers
  • Perform techniques such as budding, cutting, layering, and grafting, as well as cloning
  • Recognize and respond to propagation challenges such as common plant diseases

While the book is designed to meet the needs of plant science classes, it contains enough practical and up-to-date information and detailed protocols to serve the reference needs of those who continue to be active in plant science research.

Each book ncludes a CD-ROM with full-color illustrations and PowerPoint presentations

About the authors: Prolific in their research, writing, and teaching, Caula Beyl and Robert Trigiano are highly respected for their cutting edge investigative work across a wide area of plant science. Well-rooted in the discipline of traditional plant propagation, their pioneering investigations have covered nearly every aspect of plant science from horticulture and plant tissue culture to biotechnology, molecular analysis, and plant physiology.

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"… attractive as well as instructive, Invaluable for anyone, even novices, it can re-educate the more experienced practitioner in current concepts and techniques. The bullet point summaries beginning the chapters on concepts link to the associated practical chapters. These are great fun and should encourage confidence to tackle more complex investigations later."
— Roland Fox, Society for General Microbiology
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781420065084
  • Publisher: CRC Press
  • Publication date: 6/2/2008
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 480
  • Product dimensions: 9.20 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

Part I Introduction
Introduction to Plant Propagation; Caula A. Beyl and R. N. Trigiano
Part II Structures for Plant Propagation
Propagation Structures—Types and Management; Gerald L. Klingaman
Holistic Thought Process for the Design of Propagation Facilities; Milton E. Tignor
Intermittent Mist Control for Plant Propagation; David W. Burger
Part III Plant Propagation Media and Containers
Media and Containers for Seed and Cutting Propagation and Transplanting; Calvin Chong
Physical Properties and Other Factors When Selecting Propagation Media; Calvin Chong, John E. Preece, Caula A.
Beyl, and Robert N. Trigiano
Media for Cutting Propagation; Patricia S. Holloway
Part IV Plant Propagation Diseases and the Importance of Sanitation
Disease Management; Alan S. Windham
Disinfestation of Soil and Planting Media; James J. Stapleton
Botrytis and Other Propagation Pathogens; M. P. McQuilken
Crop Certification Programs and the Production of Specific Pathogen-Free Plants; D.J. Donnelly and A. Dale
Integrated Pest Management for Plant Propagation Systems; William E. Klingeman
Part V Evaluation of Propagated Plants
Evaluation of Data from Propagation Experiments; Michael E. Compton
Part VI General Concepts for Successful Vegetative Propagation
Plant Growth Regulators Used in Propagation; Zong-Ming (Max) Cheng, Yi Li, and Zhen Zhang
Juvenility and Its Affect on Macro- and Micropropagation; Caula A. Beyl
Chimeras; Robert M. Skirvin and Margaret A. Norton
Part VII Propagation by Stem Cuttings
Cloning Plants by Rooting Stem Cuttings; John M. Ruter
Anatomical and Physiological Changes That Occur During Rooting of Cuttings; Ellen T. Paparozzi
Use of Auxins in Root Cuttings; Ellen G. Sutter and David W. Burger
Adventitious Rooting of Woody and Herbaceous Plants; Lori Osburn, Zong-Ming Cheng, and Robert N. Trigiano
Rooting Cuttings of Tropical Plants; R. A. Criley
Care and Management of Stock Plants; Gary R. Bachman
Part VIII Propagation by Leaf and Root Cuttings
Adventitious Shoot and Root Formation on Leaf and Root Cuttings; Caula A. Beyl
Propagation by Leaf Cuttings; John L Griffis, Jr., and Malcolm M. Manners
Propagation of Sumac by Rooting Cuttings; Paul E. Read
Part IX Layering
Layering; Brian Maynard
Part X Grafting and Budding
Grafting: Theory and Practice; Kenneth W. Mudge
Grafting and Budding Exercises with Woody and Herbaceous Species; Garry McDonald
Part XI Bulbs and Plants with Special Structures
Storage Organs; Jeffrey A. Adkins and William B. Miller
Propagating Selected Flowerbulb Species; William B. Miller, Jeffrey A. Adkins, and John E. Preece
Part XII Micropropagation
Micropropagation; Michael Kane, Philip Kauth, and Scott Stewart
Getting Started With Tissue Culture—Media Preparation, Sterile Technique, and Laboratory Equipment; Caula A. Beyl
Micropropagation of Mint; Sherry Kitto
Micropropagation of Tropical Root and Tuber Crops; Leopold M. Nyochembeng
Micropropagation of Woody Plants; Robert R. Tripepi
Part XIII Seed Production and Propagation
Sexual Reproduction in Angiosperms; R. N. Trigiano, Renee A. Follum, and Caula A. Beyl
Breeding Horticultural Plants; Timothy A. Rinehart and Sandra M. Reed
Seed Production, Processing, and Analysis; J. Kim Pittcock
Environmental Factors Affecting Seed Germination; Emily Hoover
Producing Seedlings and Bedding Plants; Holly L. Scoggins
Practices to Promote Seed Germination: Scarification, Stratification, and Priming; Caula A. Beyl
Part XIV In Conclusion: Special Topics
Myths of Plant Propagation; Jeff Gillman
Intellectual Property Protection for Plants; Chris Eisenschenk
Index

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