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A micropropagation system for cloning of Bambusa tulda Roxb.
An efficient in vitro propagation and hardening procedure for obtaining plantlets from field grown culms of Bambusa tulda is described, which requires 45 days cycle for the in vitro clonal propagation and 80 days for acclimatized plantlet production. Expand
In vitro plantlet regeneration from nodal explants of field-grown culms in Bambusa glaucescens Willd.
Nodal segments from field-grown culms were used as explants to develop a method of in vitro plantlet regeneration in Bambusa glaucescens Willd. through axillary bud proliferation. ShootExpand
In vitro clonal propagation of mature Tectona grandis through axillary bud proliferation
An in vitro clonal propagation procedure for mature Tectona grandis (teak) trees is described. Multiple shoots were induced from nodal segments through axillary bud proliferation. A shootExpand
In vitro plantlet production system for Kaempferia galanga, a rare Indian medicinal herb
A rapid clonal propagation system for Kaempferia galanga (Zingiberaceae), a rare folk medicinal herb, has been developed and around 1,000 plantlets have been produced successfully for field transfer. Expand
Effect of Nutrient Media and KNO3 on in Vitro Plant Regeneration in Saraca asoca (Roxb.) Willd
Forest trees in general and those belonging to family Fabaceae in particular, have proved to be recalcitrant for propagation through tissue culture. Saraca asoca (Roxb.) Willd.Expand
Augmenting in vitro shoot multiplication by vipul (triacontanol) and adventitious rhizogenesis by rice bran extract in Dendrocalamus strictus.
This is the first investigation reporting amelioration of in vitro shoot multiplication rate by triacontanol and rooting percentage by rice bran extract in explants from mature bamboo culms. Expand
Clonal Propagation of an Important Medicinal Tree Crataeva nurvala Through Enhanced Axillary Branching
ABSTRACT In vitro clonal propagation system for Crataeva nurvala, a valuable medicinal tree utilized in traditional systems of Indian medicine, has been developed. Multiple shoot induction wasExpand
Precise Incubation Period for the Agrobacterium- mediated Transformation Efficiency in Potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) cvs. Cardinal and Atlas
Precise incubation period facilitates significant response to Agrobacterium- mediated genetic transformation of potato cultivars and indicates that each independently selected and regenerated plants of Atlas and Cardinal were GUS positive and transient. Expand
Effect of Seed Orientation and Medium Strength on In vitro Germination of Pterocarpus marsupium Roxb.
The results indicate that the seed orientation including medium strength have tremendous effect on germination and seeds inoculated horizontally on half strength MS medium can be utilized to enhance In vitro seed germination of Pterocarpus marsupium. Expand
Genetic diversity and population structure of Litsea glutinosa (Lour.) in Central India
The unsustainable extraction rather than genetic factor seems to be responsible for population fragmentation and dwindling status of this species. Expand