Breeding by tubercles
Tubers are modified underground stems. For a tuber can be fit for breeding must be present buds, which can be Main and nodes, accompanied by little leaves scaly. Aerial organs, including stem floral buds appear in the main, and in the nodes, we tubercles replacement.
Plants are propagated by tubercles: Gloriosa, Caladium, Sinning.
A number of other species as tuberhybrida Begonia, Dahlia, Eremurus, Ranunculus, multiply by root tubers differing from others in that they lack frunzulitele axillary buds and scaly. Breeding requires that division or separation, and had to take a portion of the package that are 1 or 2 buds.
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