Liquid medium additions to established tissue cultures to improve elongation and rooting in vivo

@article{Maene1985LiquidMA,
  title={Liquid medium additions to established tissue cultures to improve elongation and rooting in vivo},
  author={Ludo J. Maene and Pierre C. Debergh},
  journal={Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture},
  year={1985},
  volume={5},
  pages={23-33}
}
In order to save manual labour in plant tissue propagation, we tried adding liquid media to established, exhausted cultures, instead of transplanting the tissues to a fresh medium. This has been investigated for the elongation and for root induction stages with Cordyline, Philodendron, Magnolia and Spathiphyllum. The salt concentration and the application time are important factors, determining the success of this method. Charcoal added to the liquid stage IIIa medium eliminated the residual… CONTINUE READING

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