Bud regeneration from inflorescence explants for rapid propagation of geophytes in vitro

@article{Ziv2000BudRF,
  title={Bud regeneration from inflorescence explants for rapid propagation of geophytes in vitro},
  author={Meira Ziv and Hannah Lilien-Kipnis},
  journal={Plant Cell Reports},
  year={2000},
  volume={19},
  pages={845-850}
}
Bulbs, corms and other subterranean storage organs are commonly used as explant source material for the establishment of geophytes in vitro. The inflorescence stalk was found to be a good alternative source of explants to overcome explant contamination originating from underground storage organs. Inflorescence explants of Allium, Dichelostemma, Eucrosia, Gladiolus, Haemanthus, Hyacinthus, Narcissus, Nerine and Ornithogalum were used to establish cultures in vitro. The regeneration potential of… CONTINUE READING
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