Blue and red light-emitting diodes with or without sucrose and ventilation affect in vitro Growth ofRehmannia glutinosa plantlets

@article{Hahn2009BlueAR,
  title={Blue and red light-emitting diodes with or without sucrose and ventilation affect in vitro Growth ofRehmannia glutinosa plantlets},
  author={Eun -Joo Hahn and Toyoki Kozai and Kee -Yoeup Paek},
  journal={Journal of Plant Biology},
  year={2009},
  volume={43},
  pages={247-250}
}
Single-node, in vitro cuttings ofRehmannia glutinosa were transplanted to MS basal media and grown for 30 d. Plantlets were grown under various culture conditions: four different light qualities (red LEDs, blue LEDs, mixed LEDs, and fluorescent); with sucrose (30 mg.L-1) or without (0 mg.L-1); with air exchanges (3.5 h.-1) or without (0.1 h.L-1). Highest dry weights were obtained from plantlets under blue LEDs with 3.5h.L-1 air exchanges. Light source did not affect shoot elongation in… CONTINUE READING

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