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Callus induction and callus tissue proliferation in sugarbeet culture

, : Callus induction and callus tissue proliferation in sugarbeet culture. Genetika Beograd 23(2): 97-104

Initiation and callus proliferation were studied in 5 genotypes using cotyledon, hypocotyl and leaf explants cultured on De Greef & Jacobs medium supplemented with various combinations of 2,4-D, NAA, IAA and benzyladenine. Callus induction was successful in all genotypes.

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