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By M. H. Brand, R. D. Lineberger (auth.), Professor Dr. Y. P. S. Bajaj (eds.)
Second within the sequence, High-Tech and Micropropagation, this paintings covers the micropropagation of bushes and fruit-bearing crops, corresponding to poplar, birches, larch, American sweetgum, black locust, Sorbus, sandalwood, Quercus, cedar, Persian walnut, date palm, cocoa, Citrus, olive, apple, pear, peach, plum, cherry, papaya, pineapple, kiwi, jap persimmon, grapevine, strawberry, and raspberry. the significance and distribution of traditional propagation and in vitro experiences on person species are mentioned. specifically aspect, the move of in vitro crops to the greenhouse or the sphere, and the clients of industrial exploitation are tested. The booklet could be of use to complex scholars, examine employees and lecturers in horticulture, forestry and plant biotechnology ordinarily, and in addition to participants drawn to business micropropagation.
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4 pg of DNA (Singh and Siminovitch 1976). 1 Distribution and Importance Although black locust is native to the southeastern United States, it has been naturalized worldwide. Robinia is the second most widely planted hardwood genus in the world (Keresztezi 1980). Much of the popularity of black locust is due to its ability to naturally regenerate by coppicing and root sprouting, eliminating the need for replanting the tree crop after harvest. Black locust was also shown to be superior to all other tree species and hybrids that were tested in a short-rotation woody biomass production species trial performed in the Lake States (Miller et al.
Sommer and coworkers (Sommer et al. 1985) determined that plantlets grown outdoors in a nursery bed for 1 year attain heights and stem diameters suitable for field planting. We have overwintered over 300 6-month-old tissue-cultured plants in an unheated polyhouse and survival was nearly 100%. After one growing season in a container nursery area, these plants reach heights in excess of 2 m. Numerous plants have been planted in landscapes and in test plots. All plants appear to grow normally and at a rapid rate.
However, the greatest number of usable shoots are developed with 1 mg/l BA. 05 mg/l NAA (Sutter and Barker 1985). 1 mg/l NAA (Table 3). Various carbohydrate sources have been tried in an attempt to improve the quality of shoot proliferating cultures (Table 4). Sucrose supports the production of the greatest number of normal shoots, but maltose can also be used. Maltose can cause stems and leaves to thicken and cultures to appear slightly vitrified. Table 3. 5 BA BA BA BA BA No. 8 • n = 50, 2 replications.
High-Tech and Micropropagation II by M. H. Brand, R. D. Lineberger (auth.), Professor Dr. Y. P. S. Bajaj (eds.)