Production of yam microtubers using a temporary immersion system

@article{Jova2005ProductionOY,
  title={Production of yam microtubers using a temporary immersion system},
  author={Manuel Cabrera Jova and Rafael G{\'o}mez Kosky and Milagros Basail P{\'e}rez and Arletys Santos Pino and Victor M. Vega and Jorge Torres and Aym{\'e} Rayas Cabrera and M. Garc{\'i}a Garc{\'i}a and Jos{\'e} de la C. Ventura},
  journal={Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture},
  year={2005},
  volume={83},
  pages={103-107}
}
  • Manuel Cabrera Jova, Rafael Gómez Kosky, +6 authors José de la C. Ventura
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    Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ…
    2005
  • Biology
  • Yam clones ‚Pacala Duclos’ and ‚Belep’ in temporary immersion system culture showed favourable results on shoot growth stage and in the development of microtubers in comparison with solid culture media. Cultures in temporary immersion systems in both clones obtained a higher microtuber number per plant, with greater fresh weight and diameter in comparison with solid culture media. Besides, 45 and 47% of microtubers greater than 3.0 gFW for ‚Belep’ and ‚Pacala Duclos’ clones respectively, were… CONTINUE READING

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