Hubertus J. M. Löffler

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A method for the initiation of callus capable of plant regeneration from in vivo grown cormels of gladiolus (Gladiolus x grandiflorus Hort.) is described. Sliced cormels of the large-flowering hybrid, ‘Peter Pears’ were cultured in vitro on a modified Murashige and Skoog medium, supplemented with various auxins. Yellow callus, which was either friable or(More)
Cell suspension cultures of ‘Peter Pears’, a cultivar of Gladiolus x grandiflorus (Hort.), susceptible to the fungus Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. gladioli (Mass.), have been challenged with fusaric acid, one of the toxins produced by this pathogen. Selected cell-lines showed increased tolerance to the toxin and grew even on concentrations of fusaric acid up to(More)
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