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Inhibiting effects of 3 antioxidants on contamination and browning of tissue culture of Acer ginnala Maxim

Inhibiting effects of 3 antioxidants on contamination and browning of tissue culture of Acer ginnala Maxim

Acta Agriculturae Shanghai 23(1): 5-7

The inhibiting effects of ascorbic acid, sodium sulfite and citric acid on explant contamination and browning were studied in the tissue culture of A. ginnala. The results showed that the combination of these 3 antioxidants at some concentration could significantly inhibit the occurrence of contamination and browning.

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