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Cultivation of Asparagus plumosus shoot tips in vitro with special reference to vegetative propagation

, : Cultivation of Asparagus plumosus shoot tips in vitro with special reference to vegetative propagation. Acta Horticulturae (54): 93-94

Shoot tips from lateral shoots, rather than apical shoot tips, upper stem sections or lateral buds with scales, proved most suitable for explant production. A culture medium containing half the normal concentration of Murashige and Skoog's inorganic salts proved better for shoot development than the use of the full concentration.

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