ACTIVATED CHARCOAL FOR IN VITRO PROPAGATION OF BRAZILIAN ORCHIDS

@inproceedings{Moraes2005ACTIVATEDCF,
  title={ACTIVATED CHARCOAL FOR IN VITRO PROPAGATION OF BRAZILIAN ORCHIDS},
  author={Luciano Marcio de Moraes and Ricardo Tadeu de Faria and Francine Lorena Cuquel},
  year={2005}
}
This research focused on the effects of activated charcoal on the in vitro growing media used in the propagation of Brazilian native orchids. Activated charcoal has been described improving the in vitro plant growing and survival after transplant. Seeds were germinated in vitro and after three months they were transferred to one of the following media: MS (Murashige and Skoog) media; half strength of MS media; MS media supplemented with 1 g.L of activated charcoal; half strength of MS media… CONTINUE READING

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