Plant regeneration from encapsulated somatic embryos of Carica papaya L.

  title={Plant regeneration from encapsulated somatic embryos of Carica papaya L.},
  author={B. Toledo del Castillo and M. A. L. Smith and U. L. Yadava},
  journal={Plant Cell Reports},
Carica papaya L. (papaya) single somatic embryos (2.0 mm diameter) produced in a high-frequency liquid production system were encapsulated in two different synthetic encapsulation compounds. The frequency of regeneration from encapsulated embryos was significantly affected by (1) the concentration of sodium alginate, (2) the presence or absence of nutrient salts in the capsule, and (3) the duration of exposure to calcium chloride. A 2.5% sodium alginate concentration in a half-strength MS salts… CONTINUE READING
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