Anatoli Borodanenko

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Micropropagation through axillary branching of the difficult-to-root Photinia × fraseri Dress. is reported. Apical buds from field plants were surface disinfested and placed on Murashige and Skoog (MS) semisolid medium with 4.4 μM benzyladenine (BA) and then transferred to media containing 4.4, 13.3, 22.2 or 44.4 μM BA in combination with either 0 or 634.4(More)
Mammillaria species are the most numerous within Cactaceae family, and some of them are threatened with extinction as a result of human activities. In this work, results of in vitro propagation are presented for ten Mammillaria species, testing 20 combinations of indole-3-acetic acid (IAA) and kinetin. Best results on shoot formation were obtained using(More)
Presence of potyvirus in single garlic (Allium sativum L.) cloves from the same bulb, and in five single leaves excised from commercial field-grown individual plants was studied using ELISA. It was found that the viruses were not present in all organs of the same plant, since some cloves of the same bulb were infected with potyvirus but some others were(More)
Some species of Agave are highly endangered due to overexploitation and highly inefficient propagation systems. Consequently, an objective of this study was the establishment of reliable in vitro protocols for Agave propagation. In order to obtain a consistent micropropagation system for A. tequilana, 2,4-D-temporary pulses (exposure of explants for 1, 3 or(More)
Amaranthus hypochondriacus is a C4 pseudocereal crop capable of producing reasonable grain yields in adverse environmental conditions that limit cereal performance. It accumulates trypsin inhibitors and α-amylase inhibitors in seeds and leaves that are considered to act as insect feeding deterrents. Foliar trypsin and α-amylase inhibitors also accumulate by(More)
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