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Sadiye Hayta, Mark A. Smedley, Jinhong Li, Wendy A. Harwood, and Philip M. Gilmartin

-week period green shoots started to emerge ( Fig. 1G ), followed by leaf expansion ( Fig. 1H ). The regeneration was identified as adventitious shoot regeneration since the shoots were connected to callus cells by vascular tissue formation and were of a

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G.G. Ning and M.Z. Bao

Adventitious shoot regeneration in peach [ Prunus persica (L.) Batsch] Plant Cell Rep. 20 1011 1016 Hammatt, N. Grant, N.J. 1998 Shoot regeneration from leaves of Prunus serotina Ehrh. (black cherry) and P. avium L

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Boling Liu, Hongzhou Fang, Chaorong Meng, Ming Chen, Qingdong Chai, Kai Zhang, and Shijuan Liu

shoots. Because adventitious shoot regeneration is a relatively long process, the use of this method can save time and resources. Effect of NAA on rooting and acclimatization. Generally, auxins such as NAA, IBA, and IAA that are added to the medium induce

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Fatemeh Haddadi, Maheran Abd Aziz, Ghizan Saleh, Azmi Abd Rashid, and Hossein Kamaladini

210 Debnath, S.C. 2005 Strawberry sepal: Another explant for thidiazuron-induced adventitious shoot regeneration In Vitro Cell. 41 671 676 Debnath, S.C. 2006 Zeatin overcomes thidiazuron

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Carrie A. Radcliffe, James M. Affolter, and Hazel Y. Wetzstein

, S.C. 2005b A two-step procedure for adventitious shoot regeneration from in vitro-derived lingonberry leaves: Shoot induction with TDZ and shoot elongation using zeatin HortScience 40 189 192 Debnath, S.C. 2007 Strategies to propagate Vaccinium

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Andrea Swanberg and Wenhao Dai

. Stud. China. 8 27 31 Espinosa, A. Pijut, P. Michler, C. 2006 Adventitious shoot regeneration and rooting of Prunus serotina in vitro cultures HortScience 41 193 201 Favali, M

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Yeh-Jin Ahn and Grace Qianhong Chen

explants and the number of adventitious shoots regenerated. The enlargement of dark preconditioned explants was observed at all the TDZ concentrations tested (1, 5, and 10 μ m ). However, the number of shoots regenerated increased significantly (≈6-fold

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Ilse-Yazmín Arciniega-Carreón, Carmen Oliver-Salvador, María-Guadalupe Ramírez-Sotelo, and Carlos Edmundo Salas

, and NAA). Organogenic callus induction and adventitious shoot regeneration. The explants were grown on basal media comprising MS (4.3 g·L −1 or B5 3.1 g·L −1 ) supplemented with 25 g·L −1 sucrose, 150 mg·L −1 ascorbic acid, 6 g·L −1 agar-agar, and

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Seong Min Woo and Hazel Y. Wetzstein

effects of light conditions on adventitious shoot regeneration. Landi and Mexxetti (2006) similarly compared leaf organogenesis in Fragaria under 16-h photoperiod versus continuous dark conditions. In contrast to our results, significantly higher

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Kaitlin J. Palla, Rochelle R. Beasley, and Paula M. Pijut

medium (half-strength nitrogen); 25 cultivars failed to root. Adventitious shoots, regenerated from in vitro root segments, of Japanese persimmon also rooted (0% to 100% depending on the cultivar) using a 1.25 m m IBA dip ( Tetsumura and Yukinaga, 2000