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Histological and scanning electron microscopic observations on plant regeneration in mungbean cotyledon Wilczek cultured in vitro



Histological and scanning electron microscopic observations on plant regeneration in mungbean cotyledon Wilczek cultured in vitro



Plant Cell Tissue & Organ Culture 32(2): 137-143



Explanted cotyledons of mungbean Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek, variety Pag-asa-1, regenerated shoots directly from the basal adaxial side of the petiolar residue on MS medium supplemented with 8.9 mu-M 6-benzyladenine. A simplified and rapid procedure for glycol methacrylate sectioning for histological observations was used to observe shoot initiation. At the time of culture, comparatively smaller and differentially stained epidermal cells were present on the basal adaxial region of the petiolar residue. A meristematic cell mass that developed at 48 h after culture appeared to be of epidermal and subepidermal cell origin. Scanning electron microscopy revealed shoot primordia and approximately 2 nodules at the base of the petiole as early as 48 h after culture. All of these structures developed into shoots during incubation.

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