Plant regeneration from seedling explants of perennial Glycine species View Full Text


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1987-01

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Neil Hammatt, Robin S. Nelson, Michael R. Davey

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More than 5000 cultures, from 30 accessions of six Glycine species, were established to assess the rôle of plant genotype in the response to an agar-solidified culture medium containing B5 salts and vitamins, 3% w/v sucrose, 1.1 mg 1−1 BAP and 0.005 mg 1−1 IBA, already known to induce shoot regeneration in callus of G. clandestina. Shoot initiation was obtained in a variety of explants from G. canescens, G. falcata, G. latrobeana and G. tomentella. With the exception of G. latrobeana, development of buds into shoots followed transfer to B5-based medium with 0.2 mg−1 BAP and 0.005 mg 1−1 IBA. Shoots readily produced roots in hormone-free half-strength B5 medium. In G. latrobeana, both extension and rooting occurred on this medium. Shoot regeneration was obtained in 12 of 30 accessions evaluated, but one accession of G. canescens, G1171, produced shoots and plantlets at a consistently higher frequency than other accessions, with plantlet recovery in more than 70% of the cultures. Bud formation in callus of G. canescens G1171 also occurred if BAP was replaced by 1.0 mg 1−1 kinetin, 2i-p or zeatin, albeit at a lower frequency. More... »

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