2014
DOI: 10.1590/s1516-8913201402555
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Induction and Morpho-Ultrastructural Analysis of Organogenic Calli of a Wild Passionfruit

Abstract: This work studied a new protocol for organogenic calli induction and characterization of the morphology and

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“…Also, we tested the putative influence of dark (D) incubation versus standard incubation (S). Dark incubation has been reported as positive for organogenesis induction in some species (Zhao et al 2013;Carvalho et al 2014). Four cultivars (AVA8,cv.27,cv.28,and cv.34) that showed high B values and differing R in the previous assay were compared in this assay.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Also, we tested the putative influence of dark (D) incubation versus standard incubation (S). Dark incubation has been reported as positive for organogenesis induction in some species (Zhao et al 2013;Carvalho et al 2014). Four cultivars (AVA8,cv.27,cv.28,and cv.34) that showed high B values and differing R in the previous assay were compared in this assay.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The surface ultrastructure of many plants derived tissue cultured has been reported widely, such as in Passiflora spp. (Carvalho et al 2014), Zea mays (Mendez et al 2009), and Canna indica L. (Wafa et al 2016). In tea, but not derived from tissue culture, there were many reports about surface ultrastructure analysis such as white tea leaves (Ekayanti et al 2017), trichomes of green tea (Liang et al 1993), and polysaccharides of green tea (Yi et al 2011).…”
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confidence: 99%