PlantGrowthRegulators

- Plant Growth Regulators the plant growth regulator in the culture medium(See conversion tables The importance of plant growth regulators in

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Plant Growth Regulators The importance of plant growth regulators in plant tissue culture is well documented. Phyto Technology offers a broad range of plant growth regulators specifically tested for plant cell culture. Each product is assayed for physical and chemical characteristics then is biologically tested following the criteria established for powdered media. Each auxin is tested for enhancement of callus growth and/or root initiation in vitro . Each cytokinin is tested for stimulation of shoot production. FOR LABORATORY USE, PLANT TISSUE CULTURE MEDIA PREPARATION, AND PLANT RESEARCH PURPOSES ONLY. NOT FOR USE AS A PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR ON DEVELOPED PLANTS. NOT FOR DRUG OR HOUSEHOLD USE. PRODUCT USE Auxins: Auxins are generally used in plant cell culture at a concentration range of 0.01-10.0 mg/L. When added in appropriate concentrations they may regulate cell elongation, tissue swelling, cell division, formation of adventitious roots, inhibition of adventitious and axillary shoot formation, callus initiation and growth, and induction of embryogenesis. Cytokinins: Cytokinins are generally used in plant cell culture at a concentration range of 0.1-10.0 mg/L. When added in appropriate concentrations they may regulate cell division, stimulate auxiliary and adventitious shoot proliferation, regulate differentiation, inhibit root formation, activate RNA synthesis, and stimulate protein and enzyme activity. Gibberellins:
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This note was uploaded on 07/23/2011 for the course HOS 6737c taught by Professor Moore during the Spring '09 term at University of Florida.

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