Micro propagation of Annona muricata using different concentration of 6-Benzylaminopurine (BAP)
Archana, S, Dr. Kulapati Hipparagi, Dr. D. P. Prakasha, Dr. N. K. Hedge, Dr. Prabhulinga, G, Dr. Noorulla Haveri
Micro propagation, Annona muricata, 6-Benzylaminopurine
A commercially feasible technique of micro propagation requires the successful appearance of healthy shoots and an improved multiplication rate, which heavily depends on the make-up of the media employed as well as the kind of explant used, reaction, growth of new shoots. In the current study, the impact of BAP on invitro propagation of nodal and leaves explants of Annona muricata was seen. Among the different concentration of BAP T5 (0.75 mg/L), T6 (1.0 mg/L) and T7 (1.50 mg/L) treatments respectively were selected as it showed higher response with minimum days for shoot initiation, higher shoot induction per cent, maximum number of shoots and higher length compared with other treatments for green nodal explants and same treatments were selected for leaves as it possesses least contamination, good health better survival of explants.
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Unique Paper ID: 161520

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 4

Page(s): 436 - 444
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