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- Ramírez-Mosqueda, Marco A.; Iglesias-Andreu, Lourdes G.
- In vitro cellular & developmental biology 2016 v.52 no.2 pp. 154-160
- Vanilla planifolia, etc ; bioreactors; chlorophyll; cosmetics; cost effectiveness; germination; gravity; in vitro studies; industry; micropropagation; plantlets; pods; rooting; roots; seeds; shoots; survival rate; system optimization; vanillin; viability; Show all 20 Subjects
- ... The cultivation of Vanilla planifolia is of great economic importance because vanillin, a chemical valued in the food and cosmetics industry, is extracted from its pods. The conventional propagation of this plant is limited by the low viability of its seeds and the very low germination rate. For this reason, in vitro micropropagation techniques using temporary immersion systems (TIS) represent an ...
- Janarthanam, B.; Seshadri, S.
- In vitro cellular & developmental biology 2008 v.44 no.2 pp. 84-89
- Vanilla planifolia, etc ; 2,4-D; benzyladenine; biomass production; callus; callus culture; culture media; explants; flavor; indole acetic acid; leaves; naphthaleneacetic acid; plantlets; pods; rooting; shoots; Show all 16 Subjects
- ... Vanilla planifolia is a tropical orchid mainly known for the aromatic flavor of its cured pods. Callus cultures were initiated from leaf and nodal explants of V. planifolia. Leaf explants showed better callus initiation than the nodal explants with callus biomass production maximal when cultured on Murashige and Skoog (MS) basal medium containing 4.52 mM 2,4-dichlorophenoxy acetic acid and 2.22 mM ...