Plant regeneration of the legume Lens culinaris Medik. (lentil) in vitro

@article{Williams2004PlantRO,
  title={Plant regeneration of the legume Lens culinaris Medik. (lentil) in vitro},
  author={David J. Williams and Alan McHughen},
  journal={Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture},
  year={2004},
  volume={7},
  pages={149-153}
}
Until recently, grain legumes in general have proven recalcitrant at de novo regeneration in vitro. By culturing portions of lentil (Lens culinaris) shoot meristems and epicotyls on a medium containing kinetin and gibberellic acid, callus tissue was produced which could be induced to regenerate shoots in relatively large numbers, even after several subcultures. The shoots could be rooted in a mist chamber to yield whole, fertile plants. 

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