plant for tissue culture

BIOBISS at UBVMS.CC.BUFFALO.EDU BIOBISS at UBVMS.CC.BUFFALO.EDU
Fri Sep 22 09:37:58 EST 1995



On Thu, 21 Sep 1995 bio_jxn at shsu.edu wrote:

I have had a lot of success using carrot, easily obtained from grocery
store supplies.  You use disks cut from the cambium.  Good callus
culture grows up in about three weeks, and can be divided and hormone
manipulations can be done to generate roots or shoots; withdrawing
all hormones causes embryos to form.  I'd be happy to share recipes
with individuals, or post references to the whole list if there is
interest.

Mary A. Bisson
Dept. Biological Sci.
SUNY-Buffalo



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