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|Title:||In vitro flowering of Dendrobium candidum||Authors:||Wang, G.
In vitro flowering
|Issue Date:||1997||Citation:||Wang, G.,Xu, Z.,Tet-Fatt, C.,Nam-Hai, C. (1997). In vitro flowering of Dendrobium candidum. Science in China, Series C: Life Sciences 40 (1) : 35-42. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||Dendrobium candidum, a wild orchid species from China, normally requires three to four years of cultivation before it can produce flowers. The effects of plant hormones and polyamines on flower initiation of this species in tissue culture were investigated. The addition of spermidine, or BA, or the combination of NAA and BA to the culture medium can induce protocorms or shoots to flower within three to six months with a frequency of 31.6%-45.8%. The flowering frequency can be further increased to 82.8% on the average by pre-treatment of protocorms in an ABA-containing medium followed by transfer onto MS medium with BA. The induction of precocious flowering depends on the developmental stage of the experimental materials C protocorms, shoots and plantlets) used, and usually occurs only when root formation is inhibited.||Source Title:||Science in China, Series C: Life Sciences||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/116407||ISSN:||10069305|
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