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Effect of pretreatments of potato apices on their survival after deep freezing


, : Effect of pretreatments of potato apices on their survival after deep freezing. Fiziologiya Rastenii 30(6): 1188-1193

Effects of pretreatments of potato stem apices on their survival after deep freezing followed by storage at -196 degrees C and rapid thawing were studied. About 50% viability was attained after preliminary incubation for 24 h in a nutrient medium containing 5% dimethyl sulphoxide. Recultivation of the defrosted apices showed some changes in developmental pattern and also an increase in growth rate compared with the control.

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