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Adventitious shoot formation from leaf explants of Rhododendron
- G. Iapichino, Steve MeCullech, Tony H. H. Chen
- BiologyPlant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture
- 1 September 1992
‘Lodestar’ had the highest rate of regeneration after 3 months of culture with 96% shoot regeneration and an average of 14 shoots per explant, and this protocol should be useful in applying gene transfer techniques to Rhododendron improvement.
Hybrids and allied species as potential rootstocks for eggplant: Effect of grafting on vigour, yield and overall fruit quality traits
Adventitious Shoot Production from a Vireya Hybrid of Rhododendron
An efficient adventitious shoot production protocol has been developed for Rhododendron laetum × aurigeranum, which indicates that Vireya rhododendrons may have potential as greenhouse-gr own orna- mental plants.
Cryopreservation of Limonium serotinum apical meristems from in vitro plantlets using droplet-vitrification
Effect of Molybdenum Rate on Yield and Quality of Lettuce, Escarole, and Curly Endive Grown in a Floating System
- A. Moncada, A. Miceli, L. Sabatino, G. Iapichino, F. D’Anna, F. Vetrano
- 1 September 2018
The results demonstrated that molybdenum is essential for harvesting marketable plants and increasing Mo supply to lettuce, escarole, and curly endive up to 3.0 µmol L−1 could lead to a higher nutritional quality with no significant morphological alteration or yield loss.
Grafting affects yield and phenolic profile of Solanum melongena L. landraces
Application of PGPB Combined with Variable N Doses Affects Growth, Yield-Related Traits, N-Fertilizer Efficiency and Nutritional Status of Lettuce Grown under Controlled Condition
Nitrogen (N) fertilization is a crucial agricultural practice for boosting production traits in vegetables. However, N synthetic fertilizers—commonly adopted by farmers—have several counterproductive…
Micropropagation of globe artichoke (Cynara cardunculus L. var. scolymus).
- G. Iapichino
- Biology, MedicineMethods in molecular biology
The propagation of this species by axillary shoot proliferation from in vitro-cultured meristems produces systemic pathogen-free plants and a higher multiplication rate as compared to that obtained by conventional agamic multiplication.
Multiplication of Crataegus monogyna by in vitro culture of nodal segments
Soil Solarization as an Alternative to Methyl Bromide Fumigation for Annual Strawberry Production in a Mediterranean Area
ABSTRACT This study compares the effects of soil solarization and methyl bromide fumigation on the growth and yield of strawberry plants (Fragaria xananassa Duch.) cultivated under plastic tunnel…