A. A. Erst

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Features of in vitro regeneration of Fritillaria sonnikovae from bulb scales were studied. The initi-ation of shoot formation was obtained on a nutrient medium BDS, supplemented with 5 µM 6-benzylami-nopurine and 2 µM α-naphthaleneacetic acid. Optimization of propagation-stage was carried out usingobtained microbulbs as explants. High regenerative response(More)
In the present study, a protocol was developed for the in vitro propagation of a rare medicinal plant, Hedysarum theinum (tea sweetvetch), from axillary buds, and identification of the regenerants was performed with the use of ISSR markers. It was demonstrated that Gamborg and Eveleigh medium supplemented with 5 μM 6-benzylaminopurine was the best for H.(More)
The peculiarities of the in vitro regeneration of the rare species Fritillaria meleagris L. from floral explants have been studied for the first time. Upon the establishment of in vitro culture and during the multiplication stage, the most effective is the B5 nutrient medium supplemented with 0.44 µM BAP, 3.22 µM NAA, and 2.28 µM IAA. During the(More)
The relationship between the morphological variability of the productivity characteristics and the genetic variability of the electrophoretic spectra of seed polypeptides in the valuable medicinal species Hedysarum theinum Krasnob was established based on analyzing six cenopopulations. The protocols for the microclonal propagation of advanced samples were(More)
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