Cell differentiation, secondary cell-wall formation and transformation of callus tissue of Pinus radiata D. Don

@article{Mller2003CellDS,
  title={Cell differentiation, secondary cell-wall formation and transformation of callus tissue of Pinus radiata D. Don},
  author={Ralf M{\"o}ller and Armando Gabriel McDonald and Christian Walter and Philip J. Harris},
  journal={Planta},
  year={2003},
  volume={217},
  pages={736-747}
}
Tracheid and sclereid differentiation was induced in callus cultures of Pinus radiata D. Don by culturing on a basal medium containing activated charcoal but no phytohormones; sclereids differentiated in callus derived from xylem strips, but not in callus derived from hypocotyl segments. The tracheids differentiated in hypocotyl-derived callus had helical, scalariform, reticulated or pitted secondary cell-wall patterns, but those differentiated in xylem-derived callus had a reticulate or pitted… CONTINUE READING
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