Roles of jasmonic acid in the development of sweet cherries as measured from fruit or disc samples

@article{Kondo2002RolesOJ,
  title={Roles of jasmonic acid in the development of sweet cherries as measured from fruit or disc samples},
  author={Satoru Kondo and Miwa Motoyama and Hiroyasu Michiyama and Min Taig Kim},
  journal={Plant Growth Regulation},
  year={2002},
  volume={37},
  pages={37-44}
}
The effect of jasmonic acid (JA) on callus formation was investigated ondiscs taken from the pulp of sweet cherry fruit (Prunusavium L.). The discs were sampled at 16 days after full bloom(DAFB),22 DAFB, and 29 DAFB and cultured on B5 medium involving different combinationsof 1-naphthaleneacetic acid (NAA), N6-benzyl adenine (BA), and JA.Only at 16 DAFB, 1.0 μM JA concentration increased callusweightgain relative to discs incubated without hormonal additives, although JAinhibited, or had no… CONTINUE READING

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