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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
Tissue Culture Technology for Rapid Multiplication of Dendrocalamus giganteus Munro
Micropropagation of Dendrocalamus giganteus through axillary bud culture is described and tissue culture raised plants were successfully hardened and acclimatized and transferred to field condition. Expand
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
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
Evaluation of cutting diameter and hormones for clonal propagation of Bambusa balcooa Roxb.
The effect of cutting diameter on rooting efficiency is discussed and an optimal cutting diameter is suggested, which provide valuable information for propagating Bambusa balcooa. Expand
Effect of seed mass on emergence and seedling development in Pterocarpus marsupium Roxb.
Seedlings that emerged from large seeds showed better growth and produced heavier seedlings as compared to medium and small seeds, and Seedling vigour, expressed in terms of height, collar diameter, number of leaves and dry biomass, was significantly affected by seed class. Expand
Comparative Field Performance of Micropropagated Plantlets of Three Bamboo Species
Bamboo species showed significant variations in culm height only at 24 months after planting, which was in the order: Bambusa nutans > Dendrocalamus asper > B Ambusa tulda, and the application of NPK significantly influenced culm number, which appears to be under genetic control. Expand
In Vitro Shoot Regeneration from Embryonic Axis of a Multipurpose Vulnerable Leguminous Tree , Saraca indica L .
Saraca indica L. syn. Saraca asoca (Roxb.) De Wilde (Caesalpinaceae) is a commercially important evergreen medicinal tree. The annual demand for its bark is 10,724 tonnes and is growing at 15% perExpand