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In vitro propagation and nodulation by Frankia of actinorhizal Russian olive (Elaeagnus angustifolia L.)



In vitro propagation and nodulation by Frankia of actinorhizal Russian olive (Elaeagnus angustifolia L.)



Plant and Soil 87(1): 143-152



Following the evaluation of the nutritional requirements for in vitro propagation of Elaeagnus angustifolia, this species was routinely multiplied on MS supplemented with 100 mM sucrose and 5 micro M kinetin. At a 3-wk interval, a multiplication rate of 5-10 was observed. A morphological variant occurred in culture (wet type) but it was converted into the normal type (pubescent type) by a passage on 1/2 macro MS and 1.5% agar.

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