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Tracking individual wheat microspores in vitro: identification of embryogenic microspores and body axis formation in the embryo
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According to cell tracking, the three types of microspore represent stages in a continuous process and not, as previously assumed, distinct classes of responding and non-responding microspores.
Efficient microspore embryogenesis in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) induced by starvation at high temperature
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An efficient method to induce embryo formation from isolated wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) microspores is established and thousands of embryos were produced in one petri dish.
Agrobacterium-mediated transformation of the wild orchid species Phalaenopsis amabilis
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The transformed intact protocorms, which are young orchid seedlings of P. amabilis, regenerated plants under the same conditions that showed the highest frequency of shooting, indicating that a kanamycin resistance gene under the control of the 35S promoter can be used as a selective marker.
Somatic embryogenesis of Sandalwood (Santalum album L.)
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Results of anova showed that the clones, media, and interaction between clones with media did not affect the development of sandalwood callus percentage, and somatic embryo early detection was conducted using histological analysis.
High-frequency genetic transformation of Phalaenopsis amabilis orchid using tomato extract-enriched medium for the pre-culture of protocorms
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The results suggest that the rate of growth of pre-cultured protocorms may be important for the successful regeneration of transformed shoots, and the presence and expression of these transgenes were confirmed in transformed plants by molecular analyses and by the detection of green fluorescence following excitation with blue light.
Growth Pattern and Copper Accumulation in Callus of Datura metel
This experiment was aimed to evaluate the copper accumulation using callus culture of Datura metel L. The culture was established from leaves onto MS contained NAA 2.5 mg/L and Kinetin 0.5 mg/L as
TOTAL NON-STRUCTURAL CARBOHYDRATE (TNC) OF THREE CULTIVARS OF NAPIER GRASS (Pennisetum purpureum) AT VEGETATIVE AND REPRODUCTIVE PHASE
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There were differences in TNC between cultivars, however, the TNC content in Gkcultivar was not different with Gt cultivar, while Gm cultivar have the lowest (P<0.01) T NC content.
MORPHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS, PRODUCTIVITY AND QUALITY OF THREE NAPIER GRASS (Pennisetum purpureum Schum) CULTIVARS HARVESTED AT DIFFERENT AGE
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It was concluded that the highest dry matter production found in Taiwan and the King cultivars, whereas highest quality found in Mott cultivar.
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