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It is not an invention of modernity, but known since antiquity: the Roman statesman and writer Cato the Elder (234-149 B.C.) describes the refinement of vines in his work de agri cultura among other things. This technique of vegetative (= asexual, artificial propagation taking place without seeds) artificial propagation was once used for fruit and olive varieties. Today it is used especially in viticulture and fruit growing as well as rose growing. This methodes is describing grafting of certain parts of a plant, called noble rice, onto the root part of another plant - in viticulture onto a so-called rootstock vine. This technique can also be called cloning because the original plants are genetically identical to the new plants. In this respect, there are four types of refinement:
Version I
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Version II
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Version III
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Version IV
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