Photosynthetic and carbohydrate status of easy-and difficult-to-acclimatize sea oats (Uniola paniculata L.) genotypes during In vitro culture and Ex vitro acclimatization

@article{ValeroAracama2007PhotosyntheticAC,
  title={Photosynthetic and carbohydrate status of easy-and difficult-to-acclimatize sea oats (Uniola paniculata L.) genotypes during In vitro culture and Ex vitro acclimatization},
  author={Carmen Valero-Aracama and Michael E. Kane and Sandra B. Wilson and Joseph C. V. Vu and Joan Anderson and Nancy L. Philman},
  journal={In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology - Plant},
  year={2007},
  volume={42},
  pages={572-583}
}
The photosynthetic and carbohydrate status of an easy-to-acclimatize (EK 16-3) and a difficult-to-acclimatize (EK 11-1) genotype of Uniola paniculata L. (sea oats), a native dune species of the southeastern US, were evaluated during in vitro culture and ex vitro acclimatization. Net photosynthetic rate was eight times greater for EK 16-3 than EK 11-1 plantlets after ex vitro transfer. In vitro-produced leaves were morphologically similar to ex vitro-produced leaves and exhibited similar… CONTINUE READING

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