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Effect of different treatments on the conversion of M.26 apple rootstock synthetic seeds obtained from encapsulated apical and axillary micropropagated buds



Effect of different treatments on the conversion of M.26 apple rootstock synthetic seeds obtained from encapsulated apical and axillary micropropagated buds



Journal of Horticultural Science and Biotechnology 73(3): 299-305



It is suggested that encapsulated buds excised from micropropagated shoots of the clonal apple rootstock M.26 can be considered as non-embryogenic synthetic seeds. The suitability of apical and axillary buds for encapsulation and synthetic seed production was investigated. Synthetic seeds from apical buds reached conversion rates of 85%, compared with a 25% obtained with encapsulated axillary buds.

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DOI: 10.1080/14620316.1998.11510977



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