Effects of photo-oxidative loss of FeNa2EDTA and of higher iron supply on chlorophyll content, growth and propagation rate in triploid ... View Full Text


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2000-11

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P. Thomas, J. B. Mythili, K. S. Shivashankara

ABSTRACT

Triploid watermelon (Citrullus lanatus [Thunb.] Matsum. & Nakai) Arka Manik cultures exhibited a general pale color and yellowing of lower leaves by 3–4 wk following subculturing to fresh medium. Protecting the medium from light by covering the surface with sterile aluminum foil significantly improved leaf color and chlorophyll content by 50–60%. Raising the concentration of FeNa2EDTA (Fe-EDTA) in the light-exposed medium from the normal level (100 μM) to 150 or 200 μM significantly increased the leaf chlorophyll two- to threefold, suggesting that the light-induced effect was mainly attributable to photo-oxidation of Fe-EDTA. Fe-EDTA supplementation also resulted in better expansion and lobe formation of upper leaves, a reduction in internode length, an increase in the number of nodes, and a significant improvement in propagation rate. There was also a reduction in axillary sprout growth at elevated Fe-EDTA levels, indicating a more prominent apical dominance effect and a reduction in the number and vigor of tendrils. Increasing the Fe-EDTA level in the medium to 150 μM is suggested for routine micropropagation of triploid watermelon, in order to compensate for the photo-oxidative loss of Fe-EDTA. More... »

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537-542

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