Symbiotic seed germination of Grammatophyllum speciosum Blume and Dendrobium draconis Rchb. f., native orchids of Thailand

@inproceedings{Nontachaiyapoom2011SymbioticSG,
  title={Symbiotic seed germination of Grammatophyllum speciosum Blume and Dendrobium draconis Rchb. f., native orchids of Thailand},
  author={Sureeporn Nontachaiyapoom and Sawitree Sasirat and Leka Manoch},
  year={2011}
}
Abstract In vitro symbiotic seed germination is an important tool not only for the study of orchid-fungus specificity but also for the production of mycobiont-infected healthy seedlings that could be valuable for both horticultural and conservation purposes. The current study compared effectiveness of eight putative orchid mycorrhizal fungi obtained from mature orchids in the genera Paphiopedilum , Cymbidium and Dendrobium , in promoting in vitro seed germination and protocorm development of… CONTINUE READING

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