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Table 2 Cross correlations between observed traits

From: Foliar application of citric and malic acid to stock plants of rose alters the rooting of stem cuttings

  Root count Mean root length (mm) Longest root length (mm) Shoot length (mm) Shoot dry weight (g) Root dry weight (g) Root/shoot ratio (DW) Rooting percentage (%)
Whole cutting fresh weight (g) .612** .599** .352 .290 .668** .387 − .085 .501*
Root count   .503* .578** .176 .604** .594** .149 .315
Mean root length (mm)    .798** .304 .183 .441* .268 .442*
Longest root length (mm)     .188 .274 .388 .183 .482*
Shoot length (mm)      .308 .210 − .058  .035
Shoot dry weight (g)       .147 − .498* .286
Root dry weight (g)        .772** .272
Root/shoot ratio (DW)         .081
  1. *Correlation is significant at p < .05; **correlation is significant at p < .01