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Vegetative propagation of date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) by in vitro culture






Proceedings of the first symposium on the date palm in Saudi Arabia: 158-166

Vegetative propagation of date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) by in vitro culture

Embryos (of Deglet Nour) were grown in Murashige and Skoog (MS) mineral solution. Leaves and roots were obtained in Knop's solution with sucrose. In a medium of MS mineral solution with NAA and BA, male and female inflorescences were formed in a few weeks. Culture on MS mineral solution + NAA + kinetin + coconut milk led to callus formation. Some plantlets were successfully transplanted to soil.


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