Improved method of in vitro regeneration in Leucaena leucocephala — a leguminous pulpwood tree species

@article{Shaik2009ImprovedMO,
  title={Improved method of in vitro regeneration in Leucaena leucocephala — a leguminous pulpwood tree species},
  author={Noor M. Shaik and M. Arha and A. Nookaraju and Sushim K Gupta and S. Srivastava and A. Yadav and P. Kulkarni and O. Abhilash and R. Vishwakarma and Somesh Singh and Rajeshri Tatkare and K. Chinnathambi and S. K. Rawal and B. Khan},
  journal={Physiology and Molecular Biology of Plants},
  year={2009},
  volume={15},
  pages={311-318}
}
Leucaena leucocephala is a fast growing multipurpose legume tree used for forage, leaf manure, paper and pulp. Lignin in Leucaena pulp adversely influences the quality of paper produced. Developing transgenic Leucaena with altered lignin by genetic engineering demands an optimized regeneration system. The present study deals with optimization of regeneration system for L. leucocephala cv. K636. Multiple shoot induction from the cotyledonary nodes of L. leucocephala was studied in response to… Expand
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