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REDUCTION OF VITRIFICATION IN IN VITRO SHOOT CULTURES OF ERYNGIUM FOETIDUM L .-A POTENTIAL AROMATIC AND MEDICINAL

@inproceedings{Herb2015REDUCTIONOV,
  title={REDUCTION OF VITRIFICATION IN IN VITRO SHOOT CULTURES OF ERYNGIUM FOETIDUM L .-A POTENTIAL AROMATIC AND MEDICINAL},
  author={Herb and Chandrika and J. TharaSaraswathiK.},
  year={2015}
}
A protocol is detailed to reduce the vitrified structures in in vitro shoot cultures of Eryngium foetidum L., a potential aromatic and medicinal herb. Multiple shoots were produced on Murashige and Skoog medium supplemented with various concentrations of NAA, BAP and kinetin using nodal and scape explants. The vitrified structures initiated during 8-12 th days of culturing in the medium. They increased rapidly in number and transformed into various configurations after 14-15 days. A decrease in… Expand

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