EFFECTS OF PLANT GROWTH SUBSTANCES ON IN VITRO FIBER DEVELOPMENT FROM UNFERTILIZED COTTON OVULES

@article{Beasley1973EFFECTSOP,
  title={EFFECTS OF PLANT GROWTH SUBSTANCES ON IN VITRO FIBER DEVELOPMENT FROM UNFERTILIZED COTTON OVULES},
  author={C. Beasley and I. Ting},
  journal={American Journal of Botany},
  year={1973},
  volume={60},
  pages={130-139}
}
Fertilization of cotton ovules was prevented by removal of styles and stamens on the morning of anthesis. Forty-eight hr later ovaries were harvested and ovules were aseptically transferred to liquid culture medium supplemented with various plant growth substances. In the absence of phytohormones, ovules browned and failed to increase in size or produce fibers. Indoleacetic acid and gibberellic acid provided for ovule growth and fiber development. Kinetin provided for ovule growth only. The… Expand
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