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A method of regenerating lucerne plants from cells


, : A method of regenerating lucerne plants from cells. USSR Patent: (721036)

To initiate cultures, Gamborg B5 agar medium with an increased amount of ferrous sulphate and trilon B is used. The calluses formed are placed in liquid Gamborg B5 medium to which 2,4-D and benzylaminopurine have been added, and the cell suspensions obtained are transferred to liquid Gamborg B5 medium without hormones.

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