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The Effect of Various Culture Media on the Formation of Embryo-like Structures in Cultures Derived from Explants Taken from MatureLarix decidua

Author:
J.M. Bonga  


Journal:
Plant Cell Tissue and Organ Culture


Issue Date:
2004


Abstract(summary):

The effect of various collection dates and nine different culture media on the formation of 'embryo-like structures' (ELS) in cultures derived from explants taken from a 42-year-old Larix decidua tree was studied. The best medium was AFC, a medium low in NH4-, NO3+, Mg2+ and SO42- but high in PO43- compared with the concentration of these elements in the other media. On AFC, ELS production reached a peak with collections made in late summer during the period when needle primordia are being initiated. For the other media, collection date had a lesser effect on ELS initiation.


Page:
43-48


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