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Callus formation and plant regeneration from immature wheat embryos


Bulletin of the Tohoku National Agricultural Experiment Station ( 81): 33-40
Callus formation and plant regeneration from immature wheat embryos
Immature embryos of 122 cultivars were used. Compact callus formed on 10-day-old embryos cultured on 3 media (MS, B5 and N6) supplemented with 2 mg 2,4-D/litre. Plantlet regeneration was 6 to 8 times greater on MS medium than on the other 2 media.


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