Androgenesis of the salt tolerant shrub Atriplex glauca

@article{Kenny2004AndrogenesisOT,
  title={Androgenesis of the salt tolerant shrub Atriplex glauca},
  author={L. Kenny and P. Caligari},
  journal={Plant Cell Reports},
  year={2004},
  volume={15},
  pages={829-832}
}
Clusters of flowers, 4 to 5 days old, were successfully cultured on Nitsch and Nitsch (1969) medium in the presence of growth regulators. An average of 20 plants per explant were produced after 6 weeks. Organized growth was obtained only from flowers collected during spring or early summer. Microscopic observations during shoot regeneration indicated that shoot organogenesis took place directly from microspores to give rise to shrubby plants. Their subsequent transfer onto fresh medium in the… Expand
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