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Studies on anther culture and genetic breeding of photoperiod sensitive genic male sterile rice. I. Effects of genotypes on the efficiency of anther culture of photoperiod sensitive genic male sterile rice



Studies on anther culture and genetic breeding of photoperiod sensitive genic male sterile rice. I. Effects of genotypes on the efficiency of anther culture of photoperiod sensitive genic male sterile rice



Journal of Guangxi Agricultural and Biological Science 19(1): 15-18



In a study on the effect of genotype on the efficiency of anther culture of photoperiod sensitive genic male sterile rice (PGMSR), anthers from various genotypes (indica and japonica for first and second crop, and their F1 hybrids) were cultured on N6 medium fortified with 2-3 mg 2,4-D, 2-3 mg NAA, 0.5-1.0 mg kinetin/litre, and 5% sucrose. Callus was differentiated on MS medium supplemented with 2-3 mg kinetin, 1-1.5 mg benzyladenine, 0.3-0.5 mg NAA/litre and 3% sucrose.

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