Induction of embryogenic callus from Jojoba zygotic embryos
The induction of embryogenic callus was the highest with medium
supplemented with 0.4 μM 2,4 D + 2.2 μM BA or
0.4 μM 2,4 D + 4.4 μM BA and sucrose level
117 mM (Table 1 ). .
Embryogenic calluses developed from the zygotic embryo explants
over a period of 2–4 weeks with the highest response at
0.4 μM 2,4-D, 2.2/4.4 μM BA and 117 mM sucrose (4%),
(Table 1 ).
The results reported here are in agreement with Aly et al ( 1994 ,
2002 ) where the induction of direct somatic embryogenesis in
clover ( Trifolium alexandrium L.) and statice (
Limonium bellidifolium ), respectively, was influenced by
medium and growth regulators interactions (Tables 1 and 2 )..
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