The relationship of nitrogen source and in vivo nitrate reductase actiity to root formation in Euphorbia esula cell suspension cultures

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Root formation and in vivo nitrate reductase (NR) activity were determined in leafy spurge cell suspensions. Cells grown in B5 media with 1 mg L−1 2,4-D were transferred to B5 media without 2,4-D, but containing either high (92:8) or low (15:85) ratios of nitrogen as NO 3 − -N:NH 4 + -N. In older cell lines root formation occurred only in the low NO 3… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00269938

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@article{Evenson1988TheRO, title={The relationship of nitrogen source and in vivo nitrate reductase actiity to root formation in Euphorbia esula cell suspension cultures}, author={Kathryn Evenson and D. S. Galitz and Denise Davis}, journal={Plant Cell Reports}, year={1988}, volume={7}, pages={361-364} }