Influence of carbon source on shoot multiplication and adventitious bud regeneration in in vitro beech cultures

@article{Cuenca2004InfluenceOC,
  title={Influence of carbon source on shoot multiplication and adventitious bud regeneration in in vitro beech cultures},
  author={Beatriz de Cuenca and Ana Mar{\'i}a Vieitez},
  journal={Plant Growth Regulation},
  year={2004},
  volume={32},
  pages={1-12}
}
Experiments were performed to determine the effects ofcarbon source and concentration on shootmultiplication in shoot cultures of Fagussylvatica (one clone) and F. orientalis (twoclones) and on the induction of adventitious shootbuds from leaf and internode explants of F.orientalis. In general, glucose was the best carbonsource for both axillary branching and adventitiousshoot regeneration. Shoot-tip explants grown on 3–4%glucose medium produced more shoots than those onsucrose or fructose. For… CONTINUE READING
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