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Establishment of highly efficient regeneration system of Parakmeria lotungensis Chun et C. Tsoong Law



Establishment of highly efficient regeneration system of Parakmeria lotungensis Chun et C. Tsoong Law



Acta Agriculturae Universitatis Jiangxiensis 29(2): 198-202



For the first time, the regeneration system of tissue culture of Parakmeria lotungensis was established using twigs from mature trees as explants. In the experiment, MS medium was more effective than other materials as basic medium. The best proliferation medium was MS + 0.2 mg/litre 6-BA + 0.05 mg/IBA under a light intensity of 1000 1x, with a subculture interval of 4 weeks. After 8 subculturing, proliferation was fast and stable, with a multiplication rate of 3.5.

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