Preparation of microplants for ex vitro establishment

PC Debergh, N Topoonyanont, J Van Huylenbroeck, HM da Silva, E Oyaert

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    The physiological status of tissue-cultured plants can have a tremendous impact on the subsequent survival under greenhouse conditions. A good-looking plant is not a guarantee for success during ex vitro establishment. Different factors determining or influencing some aspects of integral plant quality are discussed: hyperhydricity, photoautotrophy vs. mixotrophy, bushiness and multi-apexing, the evolution of stress-related enzymes, photoinhibition and photomorphogenesis.
    TaalEngels
    TitelProceedings of the International Symposium on Methods and Markers for Quality Assurance in Micropropagation
    EditorsAC Cassells, BM Doyle, RF Curry
    Volume530
    Datum2000
    Pagina's269-275
    ISBN van geprinte versie90-6605-992-3
    StatusGepubliceerd - 2000
    EvenementInternational Symposium on Methods and Markers for Quality Assurance in Micropropagation - Cork, Ierland
    Duur: 24-aug-199927-aug-1999

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