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Callus induction and differentiation in embryo culture of Triticum species

, : Callus induction and differentiation in embryo culture of Triticum species. Jiangsu Journal of Agricultural Sciences 5(4): 9-13

Embryos of 15 species were cultured on modified MS medium. The rate of callus induction was highest in hexaploid species (averaging 81.3%), followed by tetraploids (76.6%) and diploids (41.1%). Regenerative ability exhibited the same trend. Callus induction and differentiation differed significantly between species of the same ploidy level.

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