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Floración in vitro - revisión de literatura
La floración in vitro puede ser inducida en diferentes estadios durante el desarrollo de las plantas in vitro mediante variaciones en los factores físicos y químicos relacionados con el cultivo de tejidos. Dentro de los ...
Somatic embryogenesis and plant regeneration in peach palm (Bactris gasipaes Kunth)
Peach palm (Bactris gasipaes Kunth) is a member of the family Arecaceae and is the only palm species with fully domesticated populations in the Neotropics. It is a multi-purpose but underutilized species. Today, fruit ...
Biology of the papaya plant
The papaya plant (Carica papaya L.) has been described with a large variety of adjectives, which acknowledge the structural and functional complexity and the high phenotypic plasticity of this giant tropical herb (León ...
In vitro propagation of purple pitahaya (Hylocereus costaricensis [F.A.C. Weber] Britton & Rose) cv. Cebra
Limitations to large-scale propagation of purple pitahaya (Hylocereus costaricensis [F.A.C. Weber] Britton & Rose), a potential source of betalains for the food industry, can be overcome through utilization of in vitro ...
Response of Endogenous Hormone Concentrations to Two Floral Inductive Treatments, viz. KNO3 and PBZ, in Mango cv. ‘Tommy Atkins’ Growing Under Tropical Conditions
Floral induction (FI) has been intensively studied in mango, more under sub-tropical than under tropical environments. Decreases in temperature below 20 °C, which is common in sub-tropical regions but seldom occurs in many ...
Regulation of in vitro somatic embryogenesis with emphasis on to the role of endogenous hormones
Regulação da embriogênese semática in vitro com ênfase do papel de hormonios endógenos
Different aspects of the in vitro somatic embryogenesis regulation are reviewed in this paper.work. A description of g General aspects, such as terminology, uses, stages of development and factors associated with the somatic ...
Hormonal status of maize initial explants and of the embryogenic and non-embryogenic callus cultures derived from them as related to morphogenesis in vitro
Endogenous hormone levels (indole-3-acetic acid [IAA], abscisic acid [ABA], gibberellins 1, 3 and 20 [GAs], zeatin/zeatin riboside [Z/ZR] and N6[Δ2-isopentenyl] adenine/N6[Δ2-isopentenyl] adenosine; [iP/iPA]) were analysed ...
Endogenous hormone levels in habituated nucellar Citrus callus during the initial stages of regeneration
Embryogenic nucellar callus cultures of different Citrus species and cultivars growing in hormone-free medium were transferred to medium containing either sucrose or glycerol as the only carbohydrate source. Glycerol has ...
Endogenous hormone concentrations and embryogenic callus development in wheat
Immature zygotic embryos of two wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) genotypes, known for their different ability to generate embryogenic callus, were used as initial explants to establish callus cultures. Embryogenic and ...