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Effect of Cytokinin and Putrescine on Plant Regeneration from Leaf Explant of Rhodiola sachalinesis A. Bor

홍경천 (Rhodiola sachalinensis A. Bor) 잎절편으로부터 식물체 재분화에 미치는 Cytokinin과 Putresine의 영향

  • Published : 2005.09.01

Abstract

The effects of cytokinin and putrescine on adventitious shoot induction from leaf explant of Rhodiola sachalinensis A. Bor were investigated. Among cytokinin used in this experiment, BA was more effective on adventitious shoot induction and shoot elongation than kinetin. Especially, 1 mg/L BA was the best to increase adventitious shoot induction (71%) and shoot elongation (3.0 mm). In addition, 100 mM putrescine in MS medium with 1 mg/L BA was higher in adventitious shoot induction (93%) and shoot elongation (3.8 mm) than single treatment of 1 mg/L BA. Adventitious shoots induced in this experiment rooted on 1/2 MS medium and acclimated over 95% on composed soil (peatmoss:sand=1:1).

Keywords

Adventitious shoot;BA;kinetin;putresine;Rodiola sachalinensis

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