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Studies on immature embryo culture of peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.). III. In vitro organogenesis from immature embryo axes and cotyledons



Studies on immature embryo culture of peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.). III. In vitro organogenesis from immature embryo axes and cotyledons



Journal of Agriculture and Forestry 46(3): 39-51



The effects of different explants of peanuts and different media components on in vitro organogenesis were investigated. Immature embryo axes and cotyledons from immature seeds of peanut cultivars TNS9 and TN11 were classified into 5 explant types: the embryo axis without radicle and epicotyl (A), the half distal cotyledon with tip part (B), the half proximal cotyledon with base part (C), the half distal cotyledon without tip part (B-), and the half proximal cotyledon without base part (C-).

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