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The rooting potential of buccal cavity enzymes on Lycopersicum Esculentum cutting

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Rooting is a good way to propagate plants. If you cut off new growth from an established plant and put it in the ground, it just might take root and grow into a new plant. Saliva contains various growth factors and several plant growth regulators, such as cytokinins and auxins, have been found in the salivary systems of insects. These chemicals may be transferred in feeding processes to influence both plants and herbivores. It was observed that the fourth day after planting, the tomato planted in the water started developing new roots. It was observed that the leaves of the tomato in water were always fresher than those in the soil. After rooting, it was observed that the roots that grew in water were thicker and stronger than those in the soil....
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