Micropropagation and validation of genetic homogeneity of Alhagi maurorum using SCoT, ISSR and RAPD markers
The monomorphic banding pattern in micropropagated plants and the mother plant confirms the genetic homogeneity of the in vitro raised plants and demonstrates the reliability of the authors' in vitro propagation system for A. maurorum.
The role of abscisic acid in plant tissue culture: a review of recent progress
ABA can act as anti-transpirant during the acclimatization of tissue culture-raised plantlets and reduces relative water loss during the ex vitro transfer of plantlets even when non-functional stomata are present.
Micropropagation of Capparis decidua (Forsk.) Edgew. — a tree of arid horticulture
A method for micropropagation of mature trees of Capparis decidua was developed. Multiple shoots were obtained from nodal explants on Murashige and Skoog's (1962) medium+0.1mgl−1…
In vitro propagation of Eulophia nuda Lindl., an endangered orchid
Transferability of simple sequence repeat (SSR) markers developed in guava (Psidium guajava L.) to four Myrtaceae species
The high levels of cross-genera transferability of guava SSRs may be applicable for the analysis of intra- and inter specific genetic diversity of target species, especially in E. citriodora, C. lanceolatus and S. aromaticum, for which till date no information about EST-derived as well as genomic SSR is available.
Genetic homogeneity of guava plants derived from somatic embryogenesis using SSR and ISSR markers
- M. Rai, M. Phulwaria, Harish, A. Gupta, N. S. Shekhawat, U. Jaiswal
- BiologyPlant Cell Tissue and Organ Culture
- 13 June 2012
The monomorphic banding pattern in micropropagated plants and the mother plant confirms the genetic homogeneity of the in vitro raised plants and demonstrates the reliability of the authors' in vitro propagation system for guava.
Assessment of Genetic Stability and Instability of Tissue Culture-Propagated Plantlets of Aloe vera L. by RAPD and ISSR Markers
- M. S. Rathore, J. Chikara, Shaik G. Mastan, H. Rahman, K. Anand, N. S. Shekhawat
- Biology, MedicineApplied Biochemistry and Biotechnology
- 2 September 2011
Clonal propagation of sweet aloe using axillary shoot buds can be used for commercial exploitation of the selected genotype where a high degree of fidelity is an essential prerequisite and confirms that clonal propagation is the most reliable method for true-to-type propagation ofsweet aloe.
An efficient in vitro regeneration and ex vitro rooting of Ceropegia bulbosa Roxb.—A threatened and pharmaceutical important plant of Indian Thar Desert
An improved micropropagation of Terminalia bellirica from nodal explants of mature tree
- M. Phulwaria, M. Rai, Harish, A. Gupta, Kheta Ram, N. S. Shekhawat
- BiologyActa Physiologiae Plantarum
Use of ex vitro rooting technique for plant production serves as a more economical option; therefore, present method can be used for large-scale commercial production of this medicinally important tree.