Monitoring quality of micropropagated plants during acclimatization

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    Several parameters (photosynthesis, chlorophyll-a fluorescence, enzymatic activities, carbohydrate pools) possibly useful to describe the intrinsic quality of a tissue cultured plant, both in vitro and during acclimatization, were evaluated. Differences in behaviour between autotrophic and mixotrophic cultures were described, as well as the reaction of the plants to different culture and climatic conditions. In general, chlorophyll-a fluorescence was found to be an useful, fast and reliable measuring technique to obtain adequate information about the current status of the plant. Measurements were highly correlated with photosynthesis and with visual observations of plant quality.
    Oorspronkelijke taalEngels
    TitelProceedings of the XXV International Horticultural Congress
    EditorsM. Herregods
    Publicatiedatum2000
    Pagina's65-72
    ISBN van geprinte versie90-6605-813-7
    PublicatiestatusGepubliceerd - 2000
    Evenement15th International Horticultural Congress - Brussel, België
    Duur: 2-aug-19987-aug-1998

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