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Structural aspects of the neo formation of floral buds on leaf discs of streptocarpus nobilis cultured in vitro






Annals of Botany (London) 41(172): 303-306

Structural aspects of the neo formation of floral buds on leaf discs of streptocarpus nobilis cultured in vitro

Leaf discs of S. nobilis were cultured in vitro under conditions leading to flowering. The histological aspects of the in vitro flower bud development were studied. In some instances flower buds develop from meristematic cells differentiated from wound tissue, and in others they arise directly from epidermal and sub-epidermal leaf blade tissues.


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