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Phlox plants from shoot tips

, : Phlox plants from shoot tips. Acta Horticulturae (54): 95-99

Shoot tips, 1 mm long, containing the meristem and 1-2 pairs of leaves, were isolated in July from stock plants of Phlox paniculata Orange. They were cultured on a modified Murashige and Skoog's medium; the addition of IAA inhibited both shoot and root development and NAA inhibited shoot growth considerably. Kinetin was essential for development of shoots and roots, 2 mg/l being the lowest concentration that ensured maximum shoot length.

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