In-Vitro Seed Germination and Effect of Growth Regulators on Subsequent Development of Protocorms of Eulophia Nuda Lindl

@article{Dawande2015InVitroSG,
  title={In-Vitro Seed Germination and Effect of Growth Regulators on Subsequent Development of Protocorms of Eulophia Nuda Lindl},
  author={Varsha Dawande and R. Gurav},
  journal={International Journal of Applied Sciences and Biotechnology},
  year={2015},
  volume={3},
  pages={243-247}
}
  • Varsha Dawande, R. Gurav
  • Published 2015
  • Biology
  • International Journal of Applied Sciences and Biotechnology
  • Asymbiotic seed germination of Eulophia nuda Lindl. was observed on Knudson C medium. About 90% seeds germinated within 8-10 weeks and formed green protocorms in 11-12 weeks. Effect of BA and IBA was studied on plantlet development from protocorms. BA shows the best results with respect to number and length of shoots. Maximum number (6.45±1.36) and length (3.90±0.99) was observed on MS medium supplemented with 4.44μM.BA. Maximum root growth was also observed on same medium (4.8±0.99 number of… CONTINUE READING
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