Micropropagation of Achillea filipendulina cv. ‘Parker’

  title={Micropropagation of Achillea filipendulina cv. ‘Parker’},
  author={Dalia Evenor and Moshe Reuveni},
  journal={Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture},
Achillea filipendulina (family Asteraceae) is widespread throughout temperate North America. In order to clean stock plants from endemic fungal and bacterial contaminations a method for large-scale propagation of A. filipendulina through meristem culture was sought and found and is described in this paper. The best conditions for propagating A. filipendulina was found to be MS (Murashige and Skoog) salt medium supplemented with 3% sucrose and 1 mg l−1 IAA (indole-3-acetic acid) plus 2 mg l−1 BA… CONTINUE READING

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