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Natalia R. Dolce, Ricardo D. Medina, Luis A. Mroginski, and Hebe Y. Rey

. 1A ). The plants used in this study came from the acclimatization of in vitro plants obtained by asymbiotic germination of seeds from different fruits acquired in local nursery gardens. The plants (2–3 years old) were nourished every 2 weeks with 0

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Georgia Vlachou, Maria Papafotiou, and Konstantinos F. Bertsouklis

of storage and temperature on C. nepeta seed germination ability, and 2) the effect of various plant growth regulators and agar concentrations on in vitro shoot proliferation, elimination of hyperhydricity problems, and microshoot rooting. Materials

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Wei-Ting Tsai and Chien-Young Chu

seeds germinated on the walls of the vessel where nutrient liquid remained and seeds germinated faster than those on a solid medium. Given that in vitro liquid culture has been used successfully to cultivate a number of important nonorchids such as

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Qi Zhang, Kevin Rue, and Sheng Wang

. Studies found a substantial reduction in buffalograss seed germination and seedling growth at 50 mM NaCl ( Reid et al., 1993 ; Wu and Lin, 1993 , 1994 ). Marcum (1999) and Marcum and Kopec (1997) assessed relative salt tolerance of eight species in

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Jason D. Lattier and Ryan N. Contreras

. Seedlings were germinated in a glasshouse under the conditions described previously. Data collected over winter included number of germinated seed, albino seedlings, and viable green seedlings. In vitro germination. Capsules progressed from pollination to

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Yan Yao, Yao Kong, Ping Zhang, Hua Zhang, Hong-di Huang, and Guang-guang Li

accelerate flowering, the technique of young embryo culture in vitro has also been used to shorten the lifecycles by circumventing the requirements of seed maturation and postharvest dormancy ( Mobini and Warkentin, 2016 ; Zheng et al., 2013 ). The suitable

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Alice Noemí Aranda-Peres, Lázaro Eustáquio Pereira Peres, Edson Namita Higashi, and Adriana Pinheiro Martinelli

and easy-to-propagate bromeliad species, was used. Seeds of A. nudicaulis were germinated in vitro on MS medium ( Murashige and Skoog, 1962 ) with the concentration of macronutrients reduced to one-fourth. When seedlings reached ≈1 cm in height, they

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Jonathan D. Mahoney and Mark H. Brand

·m −2 ·s −1 . After 4 weeks, seeds that germinated in vitro had their epicotyl removed and placed on shoot multiplication medium, which consisted of MS basal medium supplemented with 3 µM 6-benzylaminopurine (BAP), 3% sucrose (w/v), 0.8% agar (w/v), and

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Margaret W. Kirika, Jane W. Kahia, Lucien N. Diby, Eliud M. Njagi, Colombe Dadjo, and Christophe Kouame

sterilization procedure using the lower concentration of NaOCl. Fig. 1. Seeds germination after ( A ) 4 d, ( B ) 8 d, and ( C ) 12 d. Effect of different kinetin concentrations on in vitro shoot proliferation from nodal explants. There were no microshoots

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Marija Perić, Slavica Dmitrović, Suzana Živković, Biljana Filipović, Marijana Skorić, Ana Simonović, and Slađana Todorović

. Rindera umbellata in its natural habitat, in vitro, and acclimated to greenhouse and field conditions. ( A ) Population of R. umbellata in Deliblato Sands, Serbia; ( B ) inflorescence; ( C ) seeds; ( D ) in vitro germination of immature embryos with