Capsicum chinense cell culture cycle. Cell suspension cultures from the Naranja cultivar of habanero pepper, established from calli generated from plantlet leaves, were propagated in MS medium with 2,4-D. Values of dry (■) and fresh (□) weight, pH (○) and conductivity (●) were measured every 3 days. Data represent mean values ± SD of three independent experiments
Conductivity of the culture medium decreased, and the pH increased
gradually until 20 days of culture (DOC); after that, both
values remained without significant changes until 30 DOC
(Fig. 1). .
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