Publisher : The Korean Society of Plant Biotechnology
DOI : 10.5010/JPB.2015.42.4.370
Title & Authors
Factors influencing shoot regeneration from petal explant in spray mum `Purple ND` Lee, Hyun Suk; Park, Hyun Rho; Kim, Hyun seak; Kim, Chang Kil;
This experiment compared the regeneration conditions of the radiation mutant spray chrysanthemum `purple ND`. The four different flower blooming stages (S1: 10% opened flower, S2: 30% opened flower, S3: 50% opened flower, and S4: 70% opened flower) and different petal parts (TBOP: the basal of petal and TEOP: the end of petal) were used to compare regeneration conditions between plants grown in MS medium supplemented with IAA and BAP. The highest adventitious shooting rate was identified in plants grown on the IAA and BAP when using the end of petal at the S2 stage. It displayed 79.2% regeneration and produced 33.4 shoots. Rooted plantlets were successfully established in the greenhouse, showing the same morphological characteristics of vegetative and reproductive organs with those of the mother plant. Flow cytometry analysis revealed no ploidy variation between the regenerated plants and the mother plant grown under greenhouse conditions.
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