In vitro Study of Role of Ethylene During Tillering in Sugarcane

  title={In vitro Study of Role of Ethylene During Tillering in Sugarcane},
  author={Shweta Mishra and Tapan Kumar Nailwal and Ramesh Chandra Pant},
  journal={Sugar Tech},
The effect of ethylene on tillering of sugarcane cv. Co Pant 84211 was studied under in vitro conditions. A rapid and efficient protocol for shoot regeneration from meristematic tissue has been developed by using various combinations of growth regulators. In vitro raised, 6–8 weeks old, sugarcane plantlets with 2, 5 and 10 tillers were subcultured in sealed bottles. During tillering the tiller bud initially showed a slow rate of elongation accompanied by swelling. It was followed by a more… CONTINUE READING


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