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Effect of silver nitrate on callusogenesis and plant regeneration in immature embryo culture of maize



Effect of silver nitrate on callusogenesis and plant regeneration in immature embryo culture of maize



Fiziologiya i Biokhimiya Kul'turnykh Rastenii 26(6): 567-572



The effect of silver nitrate (10 mg/l) as a component of the Murashige-Skoog medium (1962) on the callusogenesis and regeneration in tissue culture of maize was studied. It has been established that addition of this component to the medium increases the frequency of friable morphogenic callus tissue formation, its rate of growth and propagation, production of regenerants and promotes their long-term cultivation in non-differentiated state. These experimental data are considered in connection with morphophysiological peculiarities of donor plants. Among maize genotypes grown in a greenhouse in the winter period the lines with shorter vegetative period were most responsible in the tissue culture.

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