S. Parthibhan

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The genus Dendrobium is one of the largest genera of the Orchidaceae Juss. family, although some of its members are the most threatened today. The reason why many species face a vulnerable or endangered status is primarily because of anthropogenic interference in natural habitats and commercial overexploitation. The development and application of modern(More)
The ability to germinate orchids from seeds in vitro presents a useful and viable method for the propagation of valuable germplasm, maintaining the genetic heterogeneity inherent in seeds. Given the ornamental and medicinal importance of many species within the genus Dendrobium, this review explores in vitro techniques for their asymbiotic seed germination.(More)
Brachystelma glabrum Hook.f. is an endemic plant species of Eastern Ghats, India. In this study, efficient protocols for in vitro micropropagation, flowering, and tuberization of this plant were developed. Sterilized shoot tip and nodal explants were cultured on Murashige and Skoog (MS) medium supplemented with different plant growth regulators (PGRs) and(More)
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