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In Vitro Micropropagation Studies Cotyledonary Explants of Trichosanthes Anguina (L)
Mandaloju Venkateshwaralu
Mandaloju Venkateshwaralu, “In Vitro Micropropagation Studies Cotyledonary Explants of Trichosanthes Anguina (L)”, International Journal of Engineering and Applied Computer Science, vol. 04, no. 03, pp. 21-24, Apr. 2022.
A method for Invitro Micropropagation Through Cotyledonary Explants of Trichosanthes anguina was exercised from 10-15 days of young stage explants [1, 2]. Developed a protocol for cotyledonary explants cultures, callus induction, and regeneration through cotyledon callus tissue [3, 4]. Multiple shoot formation was promoted by BAP 1.0 mg/l to 3.0 to 5.0 mg/l and higher combination with NAA 3.0 to 4.0 mg/l Kn [5, 6]. Invitro produced small shoots were green callus induced to cotyledonary callus cultures green compact small shoots buds were induced in 16-20 days cultures respectively on Ms. Medium.
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Dr. Mandaloju Venkateshwaralu is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Botany at Kakatiya University, Warangal (u) Telangana, India. He holds MSc., Ph.D., MSc. (Botany, Biotechnology), FSAB, FHAS, SFS, CFE, & L.L.B. His area of interest includes Plant Biotechnology, Plant Tissue Culture, etc.