2011
DOI: 10.1590/s1516-05722011000100008
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Estaquia de Cuphea calophylla subsp. mesostemon (Koehne) Lourteig (Lythraceae)

Abstract: RESUMO:As informações a respeito da propagação de Cuphea calophylla subsp. mesostemon (Koehne) Lourteig (Lythraceae) são escassas. As técnicas de propagação podem subsidiar o manejo, fornecendo alternativa para produtores de plantas medicinais e evitando a coleta indiscriminada. O presente trabalho teve como objetivo verificar o efeito de diferentes tipos de estaca, tamanhos e área foliar no enraizamento de estacas semilenhosas. As estacas foram obtidas a partir de plantas espontâneas coletadas na Estação Expe… Show more

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“…The use of intermittent misting has been recommended to reduce air temperature and transpiration rate, since it allows the maintenance of water film on the cuttings (Sousa et al, 2013). The results of hop cuttings observed in present study are similar to those reported for herbaceous Cuphea calophylla stem cuttings, where misting allowed the advantageous effect of leaves for rooting to not be overcome by the adverse effects related to the excess of transpiration (Lusa and Biasi, 2011).…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 82%
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“…The use of intermittent misting has been recommended to reduce air temperature and transpiration rate, since it allows the maintenance of water film on the cuttings (Sousa et al, 2013). The results of hop cuttings observed in present study are similar to those reported for herbaceous Cuphea calophylla stem cuttings, where misting allowed the advantageous effect of leaves for rooting to not be overcome by the adverse effects related to the excess of transpiration (Lusa and Biasi, 2011).…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 82%
“…In eucalyptus mini-cuttings, similar to the observed in hop plant cuttings, there is a positive relation between leaf area and rizogenic capacity, including rooting rate, root number and root biomass . In the case of medicinal and aromatic species such as Cuphea calophylla (Lusa and Biasi, 2011), Pogostemon cablin (Garbuio et al, 2007), Lavandula dentata (Bona and Biasi, 2010) and Plukenetia polyadenia (Solis et al, 2017), among others, the presence of leaves on cuttings was also positively related to rooting and root system vigor.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Cuttings are a type of fast propagation and easy to perform, used more frequently in species that have greater rooting facility (LUSA & BIASI, 2011).…”
Section: Conclusõesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A estaquia é um tipo de propagação vegetativa breve e de fácil execução, utilizada com maior frequencia nas espécies que apresentam maior facilidade de enraizamento (LUSA & BIASI, 2011). A época do corte das estacas, os diferentes tipos de estacas como herbácea, semi-lenhosa ou lenhosa, e ainda diferentes quantidades de folhas são fatores fundamentais para o enraizamento.…”
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