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Étude du ré-enracinement de Solanum lycopersicum en vue de prolonger les cycles de cultures en production de tomate sous serre

Abstract : A major part of tomato varieties that grow in greenhouses are so-called indeterminate growth and meaning that they can grow indefinitely. Despite this characteristic, a slowdown of the plant's metabolism and a decrease of vigour can be observed after several months of cultivation. This weakening is mainly due to excessive stem length as well as potential stem or crown injuries. In this study, the ability of the tomato plant to form and develop adventitious roots at the stem is used to root the plant anew and thus reduce the stem length.
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Yan Caslot. Étude du ré-enracinement de Solanum lycopersicum en vue de prolonger les cycles de cultures en production de tomate sous serre. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2021. ⟨dumas-03376114⟩

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