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Studies on the hardening of isolated callus tissues of woody plants with different frost resistance



Studies on the hardening of isolated callus tissues of woody plants with different frost resistance



Fiziologiya Rastenii 23(1): 139-145



Sucrose (15%) nutrition and hardening at +2 deg C for 2 weeks increased frost resistance from -15 deg to -40 deg in the sour cherry Vladimirskaya, from -15 deg to -25 deg in the apple Antonovka, from -10 deg to -35 deg in the apple MM.109 and from -10 deg to -50 deg in the apple Sibirka.

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