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YL = Total number of plantlets produced in the laboratory.
At the callus, there was a successive increase of sugars according to the intensity of salt stress, the same result is obtained by [6], for this reason a clear trend regarding the effect of salt on the evolution of sugar concentrations, By cons [2] found opposite results of our findings and concludes that the total soluble sugar accumulation could be an indirect consequence of a more pronounced effect of stress on the growth of plants on their photosynthetic activity, The accumulation of soluble sugars in the plantlet, particular part of its leaf was also observed by Kameli and Losel [5].
The combination of BAP, TDZ with ABA was studied for germination of somatic embryos in to plantlets and data were represented in the table-4.
An earlier technique was riskier: A plantlet had to be pried from a test tube and nutrient gel pulled from its roots before it could be transplanted to pots.
Apical buds and roots of plantlets from the previous stage were removed and each plantlet was divided into 4-8 cuttings.
The plantlet can then be planted in a new site at the same depth as before and watered-in thoroughly.
Researchers can also snip off bits of plantlet roots, right after hungry phylloxera attack, to see if resistant grapevines form natural chemicals that repel the tiny pests.
In vitro plantlet regeneration from cotyledons of Helianthus annuus Cv.
Just place this little plantlet into a small pot and in a couple of weeks it will be rooting.
3] at different concentrations on growth of plantlet inoculated with Bacillus sphaericus UPMB10.
Ahmed El-Sheik, the Company's Chief Agronomy Officer, has been conducting stevia plant trials over the past three months using several localised strains to determine best "germination and plantlet growth vigor" with extremely encouraging results.