Basal Salt Requirements Differ According to Culture Stage and Cultivar in Date Palm Somatic Embryogenesis

@inproceedings{AlKhayri2011BasalSR,
  title={Basal Salt Requirements Differ According to Culture Stage and Cultivar in Date Palm Somatic Embryogenesis},
  author={Jameel M. Al-Khayri},
  year={2011}
}
Problem statement: Various media formulations differing in basal salt composition are arbitrary selected to provide essential nutrients for plant in vitro cultures. Evidence suggests that in vitro response to various media formulations varies among genotypes and depends on the culture stage. This study examined the efficacy of five basal salt formulations on callus growth and somatic embryogenesis in date palm Phoenix dactylifera L. using three commercial cultivars, Khusab, Berny and… CONTINUE READING

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