RESEARCH ON BEHAVIOUR OF GINKGO BILOBA IN THE INITIATION STAGE OF IN VITRO CULTURE

Journal Title: Current Trends in Natural Sciences - Year 2012, Vol 1, Issue 1

Abstract

This article presents the realizations of the tehnology of producing biological material with rapidly clonal multiplication with reference at the phase of in vitro initiation. The growth of Ginkgo biloba explants was influenced by the period of explants sampling and by the composition of culture medium. The explants sampled from the herbaceous shoots a year old cropping at the end of the summer have the best behavior. They have registered 80% explants growth on culture medium MS with 20 mg/l benzyladenine. As one goes along the concentration of benzyladenine decreased, has been found a diminution of the number of explants growth until 25% and a progresive growth of the length of the shoots obtained.

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Ana-Maria Radomir, Cristinel Mihai Tudor Radu

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Ana-Maria Radomir, Cristinel Mihai Tudor Radu (2012). RESEARCH ON BEHAVIOUR OF GINKGO BILOBA IN THE INITIATION STAGE OF IN VITRO CULTURE. Current Trends in Natural Sciences, 1(1), -. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-24896