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Histological study of nodule morphogenesis from Cichorium intybus L. leaves cultivated in vitro






In Vitro Cellular and Developmental Biology Plant 34(2): 87-93

Histological study of nodule morphogenesis from Cichorium intybus L. leaves cultivated in vitro

Chicory root, stem, and leaf tissues have the propensity to regenerate organogenetic nodules following a wounding treatment. Using histological methods, this phenomenon was examined on leaves of Cichorium intybus Witloof cultured in vitro.

Accession: 003161106

DOI: 10.2307/20064962

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