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Ethylene production in tissue culture of peach X almond hybrid, tomato, sweet cherry, and grape

Acta Horticulturae ( 280): 445-449

Ethylene production in tissue culture of peach X almond hybrid, tomato, sweet cherry, and grape

Tissue-cultured explants grown in air-tight containers experience increasing levels of ethylene during growth. The production of ethylene and its effects on growth during culture were studied in peach X almond hybrid GF 677, tomato, sweet cherry and grapevine Barbera. Explants were grown on modified MS media. Ethylene production inside the culture vessels was monitored by GC during the first 3 weeks of culture.

Accession: 002373781

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