Tissue culture of some woody species

  title={Tissue culture of some woody species},
  author={R. Narasimhan and Bharati Dhruva and S. Paranjpe and D. D. Kulkarni and A. F. Mascarenhas and S. David},
  journal={Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences - Section B},
The investigations embodied in the paper describe different methods of culturing tissues ofTectona grandis (teak),Artocarpus heterophyllus (jack),Morus alba (mulberry) andPopulus nigra (poplar). Of these, teak, jack and mulberry tissues have been established in culture for the first time. Teak, mulberry and poplar tissues grow well on Murashige and Skoog’s medium containing 1·0 ppm glycine, while jack tissue grows well on Blaydes’ medium. The tissues of teak, grown on Marashige and Skoog’s… Expand
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