Special symposium: In vitro plant recalcitrance recalcitrance of woody and herbaceous perennial plants: Dealing with genetic predeterminism

@article{McCown2000SpecialSI,
  title={Special symposium: In vitro plant recalcitrance recalcitrance of woody and herbaceous perennial plants: Dealing with genetic predeterminism},
  author={Brent H. McCown},
  journal={In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology - Plant},
  year={2000},
  volume={36},
  pages={149-154}
}
As a general, long-lived perennial plants probably present the most challenging obstecles to the researcher, breeder or propagator utilizing microculture as a tool. These challenges appear during all stages of the microculture process, but are probably most resplendent during the stabilization phase. What may be particularly frustrating is that much of this ‘recalcitrance’ is genetically driven and is thus difficult to control by environmental and nutritional manipulations in microculture… CONTINUE READING

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