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Comparison of different nutrient media for in vitro shoot multiplication and rhizogenesis in Bambusa nana Roxb


Comparison of different nutrient media for in vitro shoot multiplication and rhizogenesis in Bambusa nana Roxb



Myforest 39(1): 53-59



Experiments were conducted to determine the most suitable media and growth regulator concentration for the large-scale propagation of Bambusa nana through axillary bud proliferation. The basal media containing the inorganic and organic nutrients of MS, B5 and WPM were tested for shoot multiplication. All the three media uniformly contained 3.0% sucrose. The liquid media was then supplemented with different concentrations of benzyladenine (0, 5, 10, 15, 25 and 35 micro m).

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