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Meristem culture of plums for the production of healthy plants


, : Meristem culture of plums for the production of healthy plants. Acta Horticulturae (44): 43-46

Meristems dissected from dormant buds were aseptically cultured on agar medium containing Murashige and Skoog's macronutrients, Heller's micronutrients, Jacquiot's vitamins, and sucrose; the pH was 5. Benzylaminopurine induced shoot differentiation but inhibited root growth; transfer to a medium containing IBA induced root formation.


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