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Micropropagation of fastigiate bird cherry (Prunus padus L.) and adventitious shoot formation from leaves



Micropropagation of fastigiate bird cherry (Prunus padus L.) and adventitious shoot formation from leaves



Journal of Horticultural Science 68(6): 975-981



A shoot tip of a mature clone of fastigiate bird cherry (Prunus padus) was successfully established in vitro. Culture of shoot tip explants on an MS-based medium with phloroglucinol (PG) resulted in successful micropropagation, but the clonal line gradually became hyperhydric on this medium. This problem was overcome using PG-free medium based on either MS or Driver and Kuniyuki Walnut medium (DKW).

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