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Zinnia marylandica tissue culture-induced variation and heritability


, : Zinnia marylandica tissue culture-induced variation and heritability. Acta Horticulturae ( 336): 389-398

Adventitious plants were regenerated from Z. marylandica cotyledonary tissue on MS medium containing 0.2 or 22.2 micro M thidiazuron (TDZ) and grown to flowering and seed set. Plants derived from 0.2 micro M TDZ medium had more variation than seed-derived control plants for 7 out of the 9 characters observed. Plants derived from 22.2 micro M TDZ medium had more variation than control plants for 5, and more variation than 0.2 micro M TDZ-derived plants for 2 characters.


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