IMPROVEMENT AND PERSPECTIVES OF MICROPROPAGATION TECHNIQUES APPLIED TO SOME HOT CLIMATE PLANTS

Ph. Boxus, J.M. Terzi, Ch. Lievens, M. Pylyser, P. Ngaboyamahina, K. Duhem
Two improved micropropagation techniques are described for bananas and pineapples. They give more homogeneous plant material, easy to transfer in soil.

Results on micropropagation of Cashew tree (Anacardium) and Terminalia are in progress and are briefly commented.

New mass propagation techniques are tested to provide coffee plantlets by embryogenesis and eucalyptus trees by meristematic nodules.

Boxus, Ph., Terzi, J.M., Lievens, Ch., Pylyser, M., Ngaboyamahina, P. and Duhem, K. (1991). IMPROVEMENT AND PERSPECTIVES OF MICROPROPAGATION TECHNIQUES APPLIED TO SOME HOT CLIMATE PLANTS. Acta Hortic. 289, 55-64
DOI: 10.17660/ActaHortic.1991.289.4
https://doi.org/10.17660/ActaHortic.1991.289.4
Tissue culture, Anacardium, Ananas, Coffea, Eucalyptus, Musa, Terminalia

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