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Elimination of totally infected potato varieties by the potato S-virus through meristem culture

, : Elimination of totally infected potato varieties by the potato S-virus through meristem culture.

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Bang, U., 1979: Totally infected potato varieties freed from virus diseases by meristem culture. All the cvs. were infected with potato viruses S and some also with X and M. Development of plants from meristem cultures depended on the time of year when excision was made; that in Apr. produced max. growth. Magnum Bonum was especially sensitive...

Huth, W.; Bode, O., 1970: Freeing totally infested Potato varieties from Potato virus S infections by meristem culture. After ssprouting at 23 degrees C in diffuse light the tubers, with 5-10 mm shoots, were exposed to 34 degrees and bright light for 10-1.4 days. Meristems from the shoot tips were cultured in Murasbige and Skoog's medium with growth-promoting...

Dhingra, M.; Sangar, R.; Singh, R., 1983: Elimination of potato aucuba mosaic virus from potato by heat-treatment and meristem tip culture. JIPA: Journal of the Indian Potato Association (pub y 1983) 9(2-4): 150-152

Paet, C.N.; Zamora, A.B., 1990: Efficacy of thermotherapy and group culture of isolated potato meristems for the elimination of single and mixed infections of potato virus Y, potato virus S and potato leaf roll virus. Shoots of 8 locally bred cultivars were exposed daily to 30-35 degrees C: 8 h dark; 37-40 degrees : 16 h light for 4 weeks in a heat chamber and used as sources of meristems. The response to heat treatment and rate of plantlet development from mer...

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Zhang FuDa; Sun XianYun, 2004: Research progresses on virus elimination by meristem culture of potato. The principles of meristem culture of potato are reviewed, followed by an analysis of factors affecting virus elimination in meristem culture. Research progress is discussed of rapid propagation techniques and optimal culture conditions of in vitr...

Schmidt, J.; Grahsl, A., 1976: Successful application of meristem-tip culture for virus elimination in potato. A technique is described which reduces the growing period of a 0.1-0.3 mm potato shoot in meristem culture from 3-6 months to 10-12 weeks. Of 48 plants obtained from 450 meristem cultures, 36 were virus free.

Frison, E.A.; Ng, S.Y., 1981: Elimination of sweet potato virus disease agents by meristem tip culture. Sweet potato vein clearing disease agents have been eliminated from 20 elite clones through meristem tip culture. The material can be stored for 1 yr without transfer to fresh medium. Virus-free IITA material is available for distribution.

Garcia Aguila, L.; Sarria Hernandez, Z.; Pichardo Moya, T.; Perez Mederos, B., 2001: Meristem culture for the elimination of the virus S of the potato in plants cultivated in vitro. Potato meristems (0.2-0.3, 0.1-0.2 and 0.06-1.00 mm) were cultured in MS media supplemented with 1 mg thiamin/litre, 100 mg myoinositol/litre, 1 mg gibberellic acid/litre and 1.8 mg gelling agent/litre. The plants were regenerated, transferred in...