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Areej A. Alosaimi, Robert R. Tripepi, and Stephen L. Love

block design to determine the efficacy of an ex vitro rooting protocol. Ten shoots in one row were placed in each clamshell container (20 cm × 20 cm × 9 cm) with 30 shoots used per treatment. Plantlets were placed in clamshell containers to acclimate in

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María del Carmen Vadillo-Pro, Luis Hernández-Sandoval, Guadalupe Malda-Barrera, María Luisa Osorio-Rosales, and Martín Mata-Rosas

vitamins) semisolid medium, both supplemented with sucrose at 30 g·L −1 and activated charcoal at 0, 0.5, or 1 g·L −1 . The overall rooting rates of each treatment were registered after 45 d. Ex vitro culture. Rooted shoots were extracted from the test

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Juran C. Goyali, Abir U. Igamberdiev, and Samir C. Debnath

during cold-temperature storage J. Agr. Food Chem. 50 893 898 Debnath, S.C. 2005 Morphological development of lingonberry as affected by in vitro and ex vitro propagation methods and source propagule HortScience 40 760 763 Debnath, S.C. 2006 Influence of

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Adam Dale, Becky R. Hughes, and Danielle Donnelly

divided into two parts: the first part deals with virus testing and elimination using meristem tip culture and thermotherapy, and the second part deals with the protocols used in the nursery to keep ex vitro-specific pathogen-tested plants healthy. Fig

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Glendon D. Ascough, Johannes van Staden, and John E. Erwin

interfering with cell division. A number of natural and synthetic compounds can be used and are either applied to plants ex vitro or in vitro. Colchicine is naturally occurring, and it was initially thought that it promoted polyploidy induction by disrupting

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W. Garrett Owen and Roberto G. Lopez

( Budiarto, 2010 ; Gu et al., 2012 ; Jao et al., 2005 ) have been documented. Ex vitro vegetative cutting propagation under SSL LEDs has been investigated for calibrachoa ( Calibrachoa Llave and Lex. ‘MiniFamous Neo Royal Blue’; Olschowski et al., 2016

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Jenna Sicuranza and Nathaniel A. Mitkowski

survival was only possible with ex vitro rooting. Using in vitro rooting, survival dropped to 50%. In the context of these other results, R. catawbiense ‘English Roseum’ seems moderately well suited to the tissue culture environment. It is possible that

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Pious Thomas

multiple shoot induction in the proliferation medium, rooting initiation in a rhizogenesis medium, ex vitro primary hardening, and final secondary hardening ( Fig. 1 ). The protocol is covered by the Indian patent application at Chennai, India (No

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Fan Li, Xijun Mo, Lifang Wu, and Chunmei Yang

influenced by dimethyl sulfate and γ-rays Žemės Ūkio Mokslai (Agr. Sci.) 23 168 177 Wang, S.M. Piao, X.C. Park, S.Y. Lian, M.L. 2013 Improved micropropagation of Gypsophila paniculata with bioreactor and factors affecting ex vitro rooting in microponic

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Maria Luiza De Oliveira, James G. Thomson, and Ed Stover

(multiplication of propagules), Stage 3 (rooting of in vitro formed shoots), and Stage 4 (ex vitro acclimatization). Each stage is influenced by a number of variables, with medium composition during multiplication greatly affecting the rate of propagule production