Morus Species (Mulberry): In Vitro Culture, Micropropagation, and the Formation of Mulberrofuran, Kuwanol, and Other Secondary Metabolites View Full Text


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DATE

1998

AUTHORS

Y. P. S. Bajaj , J. Ivanička , S. Ueda

ABSTRACT

The genus Morus (family Moraceae) covers the numerous mulberry species grown and cultured in various continents, mainly in Asia and Europe. Koidzumi (1923) described 37 species, of which some common ones are given in Table 1. The typical representative of diploid species (2n=28) is Morus alba (white mulberry), which has long been cultivated in China, Korea, and Japan for feeding silkworm (Bombyx mori L.). Cultivation of mulberry trees is especially popular in the Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Fujian, and Sichuan districts in China (Hotta 1951; Hotta et al. 1989). Another useful species, Morus nigra (black mulberry), is a polyploid with 308 or 330 chromosomes (Agaev 1984). More... »

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261-285

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-58833-4_13

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