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Embryogenic callus was established using immature male flower of Musa acuminata cv. Mas. After 5–6 months of culture, embryogenic callus was obtained at 21.75±11.9 from 750 immature male flower clusters with translucent somatic embryos proliferated from the whitish friable callus. It was...
Tetraploid plants were obtained in pomegranate ( Punica granatum L. var. `Nana') by colchicine treatment of shoots propagated in vitro . Shoots cultured on MS medium supplemented with 10 mg l −1 colchicine, 1.0 mg l −1 BA and 0.1 mg l −1 NAA for 30 days produced tetraploids at a high...
Development of acid soils that limit crop production is an increasing problem worldwide. Many factors contribute to phytotoxicity of these soils, however, in acid soils with a high mineral content, aluminum (Al) is the major cause of toxicity. The target of Al toxicity is the root tip, in which...
In vitro growth and multiplication of shoots of a woody tree species Wrightia tomentosa in a controlled carbon dioxide environment was studied. The cultures were grown on BA supplemented MS medium with or without 3% sucrose. A range of CO 2 concentrations (0.0, 0.6, 10.0 and 40.0 g m −3 ) was...
Suspension cultures of Daucus carota L. were established, and cells with embryogenic potential were separated from those without by density gradient centrifugation in Ficoll at different stages in the growth curve. In order to obtain information about the electrical properties of individual...
This study shows the behaviour of sugarcane plants cv. CP-5243 derived from artificial seed compared with traditional and isolated bud methods. Artificial seed-acclimatised plants were planted in field conditions simultaneously with two-control treatments previously germinated: macropropagated...
In the US, soybean genotypes are classified into maturity groups (MG; total of 13) that represent areas of adaptation generally correlated with latitude bands. To determine if one regeneration procedure could regenerate representatives from diverse areas of adaptation, 18 soybean genotypes...
A protocol for large-scale propagation of Phragmites communis Trin. by somatic embryogenesis has been established. Plants were regenerated through somatic embryogenesis from stem segments of R5002-12, a salt-tolerant variant line of Phragmites communis Trin. Stem segment explants produced hard...
A simple and efficient method for high frequency somatic embryogenesis and plant regeneration from hypocotyl-derived cultures and suspension cultures of Gossypium klotzschianum Anderss, a wild, diploid species of cotton is described here. Embryogenic cultures were induced from hypocotyl sections...
The leaf explants of Ostericum koreanum were cultured on MS medium supplemented with 5.37 μM NAA and 0.44 μM BA and did not need transfer to growth regulator–free medium for somatic embryogenesis. The pH level of medium dropped after autoclaving and at the beginning of explant culture, then...
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