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Potential of in vitro propagation for the tomato tree parteocarpic Cyphomandra betacea Cav. (Sendt)



Potential of in vitro propagation for the tomato tree parteocarpic Cyphomandra betacea Cav. (Sendt)



Revista Facultad Nacional de Agronomia Medellin 58(1): 2685-2695



Nodal stem explants (1.5-2.0 cm) of Cyphomandra betacea, collected from northern and eastern Antioquia, Colombia, was in vitro-cultured on MS medium supplemented with 0.17-5.82 mg benzyladenine/litre, 0.17-2.31 mg IAA/litre, and a mixture of cistein, ascorbic acid, and hydrolized casein (100 mg/litre each). In explants from northern Antioquia, the optimum point was determined for variable shoot length with 0.17 mg benzyladenine and 0.19 mg IAA/litre.

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