J Integr Plant Biol. ›› 1981, Vol. 23 ›› Issue (4): -.

• Research Articles •    

Clonal Propagation of Twelve Plants in Vitro

Yang Nai-bo   

Abstract: This article reports experiments in inducing organogenesis from tissue explants of twelve different plants, and their clonal propagation in vitro. These include bud formation of stem tip or stemsegment explants of Mentha spicata, Luffa cylindric Mesembryanthemum sp., Fuchsia hybride Voss, Ananas comosus, Fragaria chiloensis, Pisum satiuam, bud formation in cotyledon of Stevia rebaudiuna, in leaves of Ananias comosus, Fragaria chiloensis, in hypocotyls of Antirrhinum majus and bulblet formation from the bulb explant of Lilum longiflorum, Hyacinth orientailis, and Narcissus tazatta var. chinensis. Plantlets of the above-mentioned twelve species were obtained by transplanting the bud formed in 1/2 MS or MS medium; MS + l ppm NAA medium, in which root systems were regenerated from the base of the bud (See the table). Bud formation of stem tips or stem segments of Mentha spicata, Luffa cylindrica, and Mescmbryanthemum sp. and their propagate in vitro are reported for the first time.

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