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Apple stem callus frost tolerance and growth modification by adding sorbitol and some growth regulators to the medium


, : Apple stem callus frost tolerance and growth modification by adding sorbitol and some growth regulators to the medium. Acta Horticulturae (81): 91-95

In studies with stem callus cultures of the apple Antonovka grown on Murashige and Skoog medium, the replacement of sucrose by sorbitol in the medium resulted in more prolific growth and increased tolerance to low temperatures (-12.5 and -13.5 deg C). When CCC or Alar at 20 p.p.m. was supplied to the medium containing 5% sorbitol callus growth was inhibited.


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