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Salivary extract and its effect on plant rooting

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Rooting hormone is a naturally occurring or synthetic hormone that stimulates root growth in plants. You might be surprised to learn that most plant cuttings will naturally produce their own rooting hormones after a short period of time. In fact, many plants can easily be cloned by simply placing the cutting in some clean water. Salivary amylase is an enzyme, which plays a vital role in the formation of dental plaque. It has the ability to bind on the bacterial surfaces and to hydrolyze starch, giving rise to products that are transformed into acids leading to dental caries. It was observed that one pepper in the water had no roots, One tomato in the soil had no roots, this method is more beneficial to tomato than pepper and the root of tomato in water is longer than that of soil...
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