Somatic embryogenesis in wild relatives of cotton (Gossypium Spp.)

@article{Rao2006SomaticEI,
  title={Somatic embryogenesis in wild relatives of cotton (Gossypium Spp.)},
  author={Abdul Qayyum Rao and Syed Sarfraz Hussain and Muhammad Saqib Shahzad and Syed Yassir Abbas Bokhari and Muhammad Hashim Raza and Allah Rakha and Abdual Majeed and A. Shahid and Zafar Saleem and Tayyab Husnain and S. Amer Riazuddin},
  journal={Journal of Zhejiang University SCIENCE B},
  year={2006},
  volume={7},
  pages={291-298}
}
Wild cotton species can contribute a valuable gene pool for agronomically desirable cultivated tetraploid cultivars. In order to exploit diploid cotton a regeneration system is required to achieve transformation based goals. The present studies aimed at optimizing the conditions for regeneration of local varieties as well as wild species of cotton. Different callus induction media were tested with varying concentrations of hormones in which sucrose was used as nutritional source. Different… CONTINUE READING
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