Notes: Aseptic Culture of Juglans nigra L. Stem Tissues
Explants of black walnut stem tissues were cultured aseptically on agar media for 15 weeks. A modified White's medium with vitamin supplement was used, with additional NAA and kinetin. Transfers of callus did not grow on an auxin-free medium; on NAA-containing medium, growth continued for about a month. No organogenesis was observed.
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Affiliations: Staff member, the Dept. of Botany, Southern Illinois Univ., Carbondale
Publication date: 1969-03-01
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