cotyledonary


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cotyledonary

pertaining to or emanating from cotyledons.

cotyledonary placentation
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The cotyledonary leaf explants were then inoculated for callus induction on Murashige and Skoog (1962) [22] medium solidified with 0.
In vitro plant regeneration from Hungarian vetch (Vicia pannonica Crantz) using cotyledonary node explants.
The first is the lignotuber, which develops from suppressed buds at the cotyledonary node of seedlings.
Androgenic embryos at the cotyledonary stage (figure 1) were used for studies.
a) Cotyledonary explants cultured on M1 (Zeatin + IAA) medium (b) Epicotyl explants cultured on M1 (zeatin + IAA) medium (c) Cotyledonary explants cultured on M3 (zeatin riboside + IAA) medium (d) Epicotyl explants cultured on M3 (zeatin riboside + IAA) medium (e) Cotyledonary explants cultured on M5 (zeatin riboside + NAA + BAP ) medium (f) Epicotyl explants cultured on M5 (zeatin riboside + NAA + BAP ) medium
0 mg/l TDZ using cotyledonary node and hypocotyl explant of soybeans.
When cotyledonary node was used as explant, the results were quite different from the other two explants with regard to hormonal concentration.
It suggests that the genetic transformation system developed using cotyledonary node explants is efficient and successful in cucumber.
At the level of the cotyledonary node are organized four end arch traces (Figure 2C and D), each one with its respective leaf gap, being two of larger caliber and two smaller.
After complete the cotyledonary leaves expansion, over a period of 15 to 45 days, depending on the species, 48 seedlings of each species were transplanted to polyvinyl chloride (PVC) tubes measuring 100 mm in diameter and 150 cm in height, containing a mixture of soil corrected for acidity and fertilized, sand and manure in a proportion of 3:1:1 (v:v:v) with the following chemical traits: P = 449.
Different explants were used to initiate callus culture such as discs of seedling stem, cotyledonary leaves and root.