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Callus induction and organogenesis capacity from lamina and petiole explants of Anthurium andreanum Linden (Casino and Antadra)
Mojtaba Khorrami Raad, S. B. Zanjani, +4 authors B. Kaviani
Published 2012
Biology

Australian Journal of Crop Science
This paper describes a rapid and efficient protocol to propagate Anthurium andreanum Linden cultivars Casino and Antadra in presence of IBA, NAA, 2,4-D, KIN and BA through callus induction and… Expand
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Callus induction from leaf segments was examined in ten Anthurium cultivars and cultivar ‘Pistache’ had the highest callus induction ratio and two genotypes, ‘Carnaval’ and “Cancan” showed no response. Expand
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