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Samir C. Debnath and Danny L. Barney

short shoots for subsequent rooting and plantlet establishment. Because adventitious shoots may have an increased frequency of somaclonal variation ( Huetteman and Preece, 1993 ) and the clonal fidelity of “short shoots” is more questionable than that of

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Rose Palumbo, Wai-Foong Hong, Guo-Liang Wang, Jinguo Hu, Richard Craig, James Locke, Charles Krause and David Tay

flower color, leaf shape, and scent ( Van der Walt, 1977 ; Van der Walt and Vorster, 1988 ). The interest in breeding has led to many improved or novel cultivars. In fact, efforts have been made to improve cultivars through somaclonal variation

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David C. Zlesak and Neil O. Anderson

is warranted to document LSV titer in ‘Nellie White’ and its effects on greenhouse forcing. “Somaclonal variation” is a term coined to describe the variability that can arise in ramets of a clone through in vitro culture ( Larkin and Scowcroft, 1981

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ChihCheng T. Chao and Robert R. Krueger

somaclonal variation (off types). These somaclonal variants exhibit several typical phenotypes, including variegation in leaves, variation in leaf structure and overall plant growth patterns, trees that do not form inflorescences or produce abnormal floral

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Qingrong Sun, Meijuan Sun, Hongyan Sun, Richard L. Bell, Linguang Li, Wei Zhang and Jihan Tao

genetic modification by transformation, and also is a basis for the use of somaclonal variation by in vitro induced mutation. Efficient in vitro rooting of shoots is a critical step in rapid micropropagation of rootstocks. Losses at this step will have

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Qiansheng Li, Jianjun Chen, Robert H. Stamps and Lawrence R. Parsons

and from somaclonal variation produced by tissue culture ( Henny and Chen, 2004 ). Since the first hybrid release in 1870, ≈100 cultivars have been introduced, but commercial production has been limited to ≈20 cultivars ( Chen et al., 2002 ). Because

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Ana V. de Souza, José E.B.P. Pinto, Suzan K.V. Bertolucci, Ricardo M. Corrêa, Larissa C. do B. Costa and William E. Dyer

regeneration based on callus formation can have drawbacks in regard to the maintenance of desired genetic stability as a result of somaclonal variation ( Jayasankar, 2000 ). In general, bud multiplication represents the most reliable method for vegetative

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Wenhao Dai and Cielo Castillo

somaclonal variation of in vitro shoots. Effects of carbenicillin and cefotaxime on shoot regeneration. No significant interaction was found between cultivar and antibiotics. Shoot regeneration was increased when Cb was added into regeneration medium

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Modeste Kan Kouassi, Jane Kahia, Christophe N’guessan Kouame, Mathias Gnion Tahi and Edmond Kouablan Koffi

. Hartati, R.S. Rubiyo, R. Sukma, D. Sudarsono, S. 2016 Effective cacao somatic embryo regeneration on kinetin supplemented DKW medium and somaclonal variation assessment using SSRS markers Agrivita 38 1 80 92 Ajijah, N. Rubiyo, Sudarsono, 2014 Callogenesis

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Chandra S. Thammina, David L. Kidwell-Slak, Stefan Lura and Margaret R. Pooler

80860) to be identical to the diploid tissue culture–derived individual (NA80861). However, the tetraploid had an allele (from locus 53a) that was not present in the diploid. This allele was not likely a result of tissue culture–induced somaclonal