Rapid in Vitro Propagation of Acacia Auriculiformis on Solid and Liquid Media : Role of Organic Additive , Antioxidant and Plant Growth Regulators *

@inproceedings{Banerjee2013RapidIV,
  title={Rapid in Vitro Propagation of Acacia Auriculiformis on Solid and Liquid Media : Role of Organic Additive , Antioxidant and Plant Growth Regulators *},
  author={Pintu Banerjee},
  year={2013}
}
Acacia auriculiformis, one of the short rotation and fast growing tree species is known for its pharmacological properties notably anti-helminthic, antifilarial, microbicidal, spermicidal activity etc. Conservation of Acacia auriculiformis is essential via ex situ plantation as the seed germination rate of this plant species has been reported very poor around 20-28%. Clonal multiplication forms an alternative means of propagating elite trees by preserving their desirable characters intact… CONTINUE READING

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