In vitro mass propagation and acclimatization of Haworthia truncata

  title={In vitro mass propagation and acclimatization of Haworthia truncata},
  author={Youn Hee Kim and Gee Young Lee and Hye Hyeong Kim and Jae Hong Lee and Jae-Hong Jung and Sang Deok Lee},
  journal={Journal of Plant Biotechnology},
The purpose of this study was to investigate suitable parts for callus induction and optimal concentrations of growth regulators, contained in the medium affecting shoot and rooting for in vitro mass production of Haworthia truncata. Leaves and flower bud showed 100% callus formation rate at NAA 1 ~ 2 mgL-1 treatment, and NAA 1 mgL-1 + TDZ 2 mgL-1 treatment. The flower stalk showed 75% callus formation rate, at NAA 2 mgL-1 + TDZ 2 mgL-1 treatment in H. truncata. While the rate of callus… 

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