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Suspension-cultured Chenopodium album L. cells are capable of continuous, long-term growth on a boron-deficient medium. Compared with cultures grown with boron, these cultures contained more enlarged and detached cells, had increased turbidity due to the rupture of a small number of cells, and contained cells with an increased cell wall pore size. These(More)
Suspension cells of Dioscorea deltoidea Wall (strain D-1) were maintained in a semicontinuous culture (SCC) in shake flasks at a high growth rate. It was shown that continuous propagation growth of this culture is unstable on Murashige's and Skoog's (MS) medium due to P starvation. On a P-enriched MS-medium the SCC was stable even at mean specific growth(More)
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