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Atrazine resistance in light grown callus of Lotus corniculatus cv. 'Leo'



Atrazine resistance in light grown callus of Lotus corniculatus cv. 'Leo'



Lotus Newsletter (Vol.17): 7-8



L. corniculatus Leo callus cultures were grown under fluorescent light at 30 micro mol photons/msuperscript 2 s intensity, transferred to growth medium containing 0-10-4 M atrazine and harvested after 30 days in a growth room under 16-h photoperiod at 26 + 2 degrees C. Callus wt decreased with increasing atrazine concn. Callus was greatest at zero or low atrazine concn while at higher concn it became increasingly browner and darker.

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