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    Author(s): Ana Carolina Espinosa; Paula M. PijutCharles H. Michler
    Date: 2006
    Source: HortScience 41(1):193-201.
    Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
    Station: North Central Research Station
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    A complete regeneration protocol was developed for Prunus serotina Ehrh., an important hardwood species for timber and sawlog production in the central and eastern United States. Nodal sections were cultures on Murashige and Skoog (MS) medium supplemented with 4.44 µM 6-benzylaminopurine (BA), 0.49 µM indole-3-butyric acid (IBA), and 0.29 µM gibberellic acid (GA3). In vitro leaf explants of three genotypes were placed on woody plant medium (WPM) supplemented with 0, 2.27, 4.54, or 6.81 µM thidiazuron (TDZ) in combination with 0, 0.54, 1.07, or 5.37 µM naphthaleneacetic acid (NAA), and on WPM supplemented with 0, 4.44, 8.88, or 13.32 µM BA in combination with 0, 0.54, 1.07, or 5.37 µM NAA. Cultures were maintained either in continuous darkness for 5 weeks, or in the dark for 3 weeks and then transferred to a 16-hour photoperiod. TDZ and the genotype had a significant effect on the number of shoots regenerated. The maximum mean number of shoots regenerated per explant (5.05 +/- 1.14) was obtained with 2.27 µM TDZ plus 0.54 µM NAA with the 3-week dark period then light treatment. The highest percent shoot regeneration (38.3) and the mean number of shoots (4.13 +/- 0.97) was obtained with 6.81 µM TDZ plus 1.07 µM NAA. The highest rooting (27%) of adventitious shoots and number of roots per shoot (2.3 +/- 0.2) was obtained with 2.5 µM IBA when shoots were maintained for 7 days in the dark on rooting medium before transfer to a 16-hour photoperiod. The highest rooting (70%) of nodal explant-derived stock cultures and number of roots per shoot (2.7 +/- 0.9) was also obtained with 2.5 µM IBA, but when shoots were maintained for 4 days in the dark before transfer to a 16-hour photoperiod. In total, 86% of the plantlets survived acclimitization to the greenhouse and 100% survival after overwintering in cold-storage.

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    Citation

    Espinosa, Ana Carolina; Pijut, Paula M.; Michler, Charles H. 2006. Adventitious shoot regeneration and rooting of Prunus serotina in vitro cultures. HortScience 41(1):193-201.

    Keywords

    Black cherry, micropropagation, organogenesis, leaf explants, tissue culture.

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