IN VITRO SYMBIOTIC GERMINATION POTENTIALS OF SOME ANACAMPTIS , DACTYLORHIZA , ORCHIS AND OPHRYS TERRESTRIAL ORCHID SPECIES

@inproceedings{Ig2018INVS,
  title={IN VITRO SYMBIOTIC GERMINATION POTENTIALS OF SOME ANACAMPTIS , DACTYLORHIZA , ORCHIS AND OPHRYS TERRESTRIAL ORCHID SPECIES},
  author={Ig and – I and Şler},
  year={2018}
}
Germination and propagation of terrestrial orchids is highly challenging due to their small size seeds and absence of endosperms. Some orchid species are extremely dependent on fungi for germination of their seeds. Although germination occurs symbiotically between the seed and the fungus, it is not coincidental that fungus species are specific to orchid species. Aim of this study is to show the impact of the fungi, isolated from the tubers of ten naturally grown species of orchids, collected… CONTINUE READING

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