Patrones de crecimiento de Cinchona officinalis in vitro y ex vitro; respuestas de plántulas micropropagadas y de semillas.

@inproceedings{Espinosa2017PatronesDC,
  title={Patrones de crecimiento de Cinchona officinalis in vitro y ex vitro; respuestas de pl{\'a}ntulas micropropagadas y de semillas.},
  author={Carlos Iv{\'a}n Espinosa and Gabriela Luz Le{\'o}n R{\'i}os},
  year={2017}
}
espanolEl uso de herramientas biotecnologicas como la micropropagacion se constituye en una alternativa de reproduccion de especies amenazadas y con tamanos poblacionales reducidos. Sin embargo, uno de los problemas criticos en el uso de la micropropagacion como herramienta de reproduccion es la calidad de las plantulas resultantes en cuanto a su crecimiento y vigor. En el presente trabajo se evalua los efectos de la micropropagacion sobre los patrones de crecimiento y sobrevivencia de plan… 
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