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Simple and reproducible protocol for direct somatic embryogenesis from cultured immature inflorescence segments of sugarcane (Saccharum spp.)
A protocol for direct somatic embryogenesis without an intervening callus phase was developed for sugarcane (Saccharum spp. hybrids) using immature inflorescence segments. Murashige and Skoog (MS)… Expand
SOMATIC EMBRYOGENESIS AND PLANT REGENERATION FROM MALE FLOWER BUDS IN BANANA
Micropropagation of Sandalwood ( Santalum album L.)
Sandalwood (Santalum album), well known as the “fragrant gold” of the Indian forest, where it occupies a pre-eminent position, is a very precious and valuable tree; the epitome of human excellence,… Expand
Plant regeneration through multiple shoot formation and somatic embryogenesis in a commercially important and endangered Indian banana cv. Rajeli
Banana is India's premier fruit crop having great socio-economic significance. A range of Musa genotypes exists in local pockets, either cultivated or wild. Rajeli, an economically valuable genotype… Expand
A protocol for multiplication and restoration of Ceropegia fantastica Sedgw.: a critically endangered plant species.
Somatic Embryogenesis and Plantlet Formation in Tissue Cultures of Sandalwood (Santalum album L.)
Desiccation and ABA treatment improves conversion of somatic embryos to plantlets in banana ( Musa spp.) cv. Rasthali (AAB)
Somatic embryos of banana cv. Rasthali were subjected to 0-8 h desiccation and abscisic acid (ABA) treatment for improving plant conversion. Somatic embryos exposed to 10 μM ABA followed by 2 h… Expand
Rhizogenesis in a Tissue Culture of the Orchid Spathoglottis
Partial desiccation of embryogenic calli improves plant regeneration in sugarcane (Saccharum spp.)
Hairy roots: A novel source for plant products and improvement
Genetic engineering of plants made it possible to introduce the genes of interest to plants. This has paved the way for plant improvement as well as to obtain and synthesize desirable products front… Expand