G. E. Hanning

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Segments taken from the basal 15 to 20 millimeters of the two innermost leaves of an orchardgrass (Dactylis glomerata L.) genotype produced somatic (nonzygotic) embryos directly from mesophyll cells without an intervening callus when cultured on an agar medium with 30 micromolar 3,6-dichloro-o-anisic acid (dicamba). This demonstration of high-frequency(More)
Breeding for malting quality is an important goal of malting barley breeding programs. Malting quality is a complex phenotype that combines a large number of interrelated components, each of which shows complex inheritance. Currently, only a few genes involved in determining malting quality have been characterized. We combined transcript profiling with(More)
The purpose of this investigation was to demonstrate callus induction and plantlet formation from cultured leaf segments of 12–15 week-old Dactylis glomerata L. (orchardgrass) plants. Flat half-leaf sections, approximately 2–3 mm square, from the three innermost (youngest) leaves were isolated and individually plated serially beginning at the leaf base on a(More)
Suspension cultures were initiated from somatic embryos and embryogenic callus ofDactylis glomerata L. in SH-30 liquid medium [Schenk andHildebrandt (1972) containing 30 μM 3,6-dichloro-o-anisic acid (dicamba)] with or without 1.5 gl−1 casein hydrolysate. Established suspension cultures maintained in SH-30 without casein hydrolysate proliferated when cell(More)
Sergio Abreu Eileen D. Adamson G. AlbrechtoBuehler David W. Altman Philip V. Ammirato Wilbur D. Anderson A. Arbogast C. L. Armstrong William M. Armstrong John P. Atkinson Robert Auerbach E. Avner Steven Baenziger G. Bailey M. Banerjee M. H. Barcellos-Hoff J. Barrett J. Bartley Linda Bavisotto Michael Becwar Eugene Bell C. Bethea William Bettger D.(More)
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