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Factors influencing the incidence of habituation for cyto kinin of tobacco nicotiana tabacum cultivar havana 425 pith tissue in culture



Factors influencing the incidence of habituation for cyto kinin of tobacco nicotiana tabacum cultivar havana 425 pith tissue in culture



Planta (Heidelberg) 150(3): 264-268



Pith tissue of N. tabacum L. cv. Havana 425 exhibited a gradient in its tendency to habituate for cytokinin on an auxin-containing medium at 35.degree. C, about 10.degree. C above the standard culture temperature. Explants of pith from below the 8th-11th internode, counting from the bottom of the plant, rarely habituated cytokinin; explants from above this threshold habituated rapidly. Explants must be above a critical size, about 20-30 mg, to habituate. There were pronounced interactions between size and position effects; threshold position for cytokinin habituation shifted upward with decreasing explant size.

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