About This Glossary
PropG is a web glossary application designed by the authors of the world standard textbook: Hartmann and Kester's Plant Propagation: Principles and Practices. Over 500 terms, images and videos are provided under nine major subject areas.
These are presented in the order they are discussed in the text, including Biology of Propagation, Propagation Environment, Genetic Selection, Seed Propagation, Cutting Propagation, Budding and Grafting, Bulbs and Other Geophytes, Layering and Division, Tissue Culture and Micropropagation.
How to Use This Web App
View on Any Device
This web app was designed to let you utilize it on any common computer browser, or portable device. The page content should size to fit on your screen. If your portable device causes the text to be rendered at a size too small for you to easily read, try turning the device to a landscape orientation to increase its size.
Two Ways to Use This Glossary
The glossary terms can be accessed through two different methods; the glossary index menu, which is organized by subject matter, and a searchable index list organized alphabetically by the glossary term.
Main Content MenuThe main content menu organizes glossary terms by the primary topic they fall under. Click on the category, and subcategory, to reach a list of terms for that subject.
To return to the page you were last at, simply click the Back button in the upper left corner of the screen. You can return to the home page at any time by clicking the Home button.
Index of TermsThis index page contains all the glossary terms included in the app in alphabetical order. If you know which term you are looking for, type it into the search window at the top, and the list will shorten to only those terms which contain the text you have entered. Click on the desired term to go directly to its glossary page.
- Robert L. Geneve, Professor, University of Kentucky
- Sandra B. Wilson, Professor, University of Florida
- Fred T. Davies, Jr., Professor Emeritus, A&M University
- Aaron Sotala, Instructional Designer, University of Florida