ASCERTAINING THE EFFECT OF BAP (6- BENZYL AMINO PURINE) ON ROSE (Rosa spp) THROUGH MICROPROPAGATION
PLANT CELL BIOTECHNOLOGY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY,
In this investigation, Rose nodal explants from healthy shoots were grown on a base MS medium supplemented with various BAP concentrations (6-Benzyl Amino Purine). It was determined from the various concentrations that the shoot initiation and development were best at the concentration of 3 mg/lit. From the third day to a one-month interval, the various stages of shoot development were examined. It was revealed that callus initiation begins on day 10, axillary shoot initiation on day 2, and that growth and development begin on day 3 and last for a month, respectively. Additionally, the established healthy shoot culture will be kept up and given root initiation treatment using rooting media. The ideal rooting media concentration will be fixed for better root initiation and development.
- BAP (6- Benzyl Amino Purine)
- shoot formation
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