Callus formation in slash pine and white pine
Creators:Taylor, Mark G.
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Publisher:The Ohio State University
Series/Report no.:The Ohio State University. College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences Honors Theses; 1981
Organogenesis was attempted in White pine using NAA, and in Slash pine using BAP. No bud or tracheid development was detected after six weeks but a noticable change in color appeared in the callus. All of the control cultures and the Slash pine cultures on BAP were darker in color than the White pine on NAA. A possible buildup of polyphenols are suggested to be responsible for this difference.
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