Thesis (Ph.D) - University of Birmingham, School of Biological Sciences, 1994.
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(). Variation of agronomic traits of potato somaclones produced by meristem culture. South African Journal of Plant and Soil: Vol. 24, No. 2, pp. Cited by: 5. Search within book. Front Matter. Pages I PDF. Welcome Address. Welcome Address. A. Ledent. Pages General Problems of Selection of Somaclonal Uariants. Somaclonal Variations in Potato. Origin and Nature of Somaclonal Variation in Potato. K. Sree Ramulu. Pages Explants can be taken from any part of the plant — leaves, roots, internodes, ovaries, etc. The source of explant is very critical for somaclonal variations. For instance, potato plants regenerated from callus of rachis and petiole are much higher (~50%) compared to those regenerated from callus of leaves (~12%). Duration of cell culture:Author: Akash Mitra. Three somaclonal populations of potato (Solanum tuberosum L.), each comprised of at least 1, plants, were regenerated from the cultivars Kennebec, Russet Burbank, and Superior. The frequency of formation of adventitious meristems from tuber disc explants varied significantly between these potato .
This book will be of great assistance to research workers, teachers, and advanced students of plant pathology, tissue culture, pharmacy, horticulture, and especially plant breeding.\/span>\"@ en\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:description\/a> \" Section I Somaclonal Variation in Agricultural Crops -- Cereals, Potato, Fruits, Legumes -- In. The term somaclonal variation by Larkin and Scowcroft () was given for the variability generated by the use of a tissue culture onal variation is defined as genetic variation observed among progeny plants obtained after somatic tissue culture in tically all progeny plants regenerated from somatic cells should be identical clones. In continuation of Somaclonal Variation and Crop Improvement I (), this volume is comprised of twenty-four chapters dealing with somaclonal variants showing resistance to salt drought, herbicides, viruses, Alternaria, Fusarium, Glomerella, Verticillium, Phytophthora, fall armyworm, etc. in a number of plants of economic importance. It is divided into two sections. Although somaclonal variation has been studied extensively, the mechanisms by which it occurs remain largely either unknown or at the level of theoretical speculation in perennial fruit crops [14,15].A variety of factors may contribute to the system by which the regeneration is induced, type of tissue, explant source, media components and the duration of the culture cycle are.
The data on somaclonal variation in potato are reviewed and discussed from a karyological point of view. Potato species are polysomatic. This pre‐existing genetic variation is introduced into in‐vitr. Ge n Detection of somaclonal variation in potato callus. Ap p A n t h y s i o l o G y, , 33 (), 3 DETECTION OF SOMACLONAL VARIATION IN POTATO CALLUS INDUCED BY UV-C RADIATION USING RAPD-PCR A. A. Ehsanpour1*, S. Madani2, M. Hoseini 1Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, Isfahan University, Isfahan, Iran 2Dept. of Health Science, Medical Science . In continuation of Somaclonal Variation and Crop Improvement I (), this volume is comprised of twenty-four chapters dealing with somaclonal variants showing resistance to salt/drought, herbicides, viruses, Alternaria, Fusarium, Glomerella. The source of explant is very critical for somaclonal variations. For instance, potato plants regenerated from callus of rachis and petiole are much higher (~50%) compared to those regenerated from callus of leaves (~12%). Duration of cell culture.