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Proceedings of the International Plant Propagator's Society

Vol. 33

Title:
CLONAL PROPAGATION OF PERENNIAL PLANTS FROM FLOWERS BY TISSUE CULTURE1

Author:
Martin M. Meyer Jr

pp: 402-406

Abstract:
Several herbaceous and woody perennial plants have been clonally propagated by tissue culture using the flowers as explants. Even tetraploid plants regenerated from callus from flowers seem to be genetically stable. Flowers from several Rhododendron species and cultivars regenerated plants on Anderson's medium. The epigenetic change from maturity to juvenility may take place in some flower tissues before the formation of an embryo.

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