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Biochemical changes associated with rhizogenesis in floral bud callus of Nicotiana tabacum L



Biochemical changes associated with rhizogenesis in floral bud callus of Nicotiana tabacum L



Plant Physiology and Biochemistry New Delhi 15(2): 228-232



Tobacco floral bud callus grown on Murashige and Skoog medium containing 2 mg IAA/litre + 3% sucrose produced roots on the 10th d of culture. Rhizogenesis was associated with increased nicotine production and also increased specific activities of phenylanine, tyrosine and ornithine aminotransferases and ornithine transcarbamylase, whereas specific activity of arginase did not increase.

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