Influence of Carbon Sources and Their Concentrations on Rooting and Hyperhydricity of Apple Rootstock

@inproceedings{Bahmani2013InfluenceOC,
  title={Influence of Carbon Sources and Their Concentrations on Rooting and Hyperhydricity of Apple Rootstock},
  author={Reza Bahmani and Omid Karami and Mansour Gholami},
  year={2013}
}
Influence of fructose, sucrose, glucose, sorbitol and maltose carbon sources at various concentrations on rooting and hyperhydricity apple rootstock MM106 was investigated. Type and concentration of sugars had a significant effect on rooting percentage, mean root number, mean root length, hyperhydricity, as well as survival rate. The in vitro cultures produced the higher rooting percentage, mean root number, mean root length, when grown on media containing 90 mM sucrose. Shoots failed to root… CONTINUE READING

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