Responses to NaCl stress of cultivated and wild tomato species and their hybrids in callus cultures

@article{Cano1996ResponsesTN,
  title={Responses to NaCl stress of cultivated and wild tomato species and their hybrids in callus cultures},
  author={Emilio A. Cano and Francisco P{\'e}rez-Alfocea and Vicente Moreno and Maria C Bolar{\'i}n},
  journal={Plant Cell Reports},
  year={1996},
  volume={15},
  pages={791-794}
}
If in vitro culture is to be used for evaluating the salt tolerance of tomato hybrids and segregant populations in a breeding programme, it is previously necessary to get quick and reliable traits. In this work, growth and physiological responses to salinity of two interspecific hybrids between the cultivated tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill) and its wild salt-tolerant species L pennellii are compared to those of their parents. The leaf callus of the first subculture was grown on media… CONTINUE READING
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