The effects of plant growth regulators on plant regeneration and direct shoots formation of petal explants of chrysanthemum flower color mutants varieties, 'ARTI-purple' and 'ARTI-queen' = 국화 'ARTI-purple' 및 'ARTI-queen' 배분화와 신초형성에 미치는 영향
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- The effects of plant growth regulators on plant regeneration and direct shoots formation of petal explants of chrysanthemum flower color mutants varieties, 'ARTI-purple' and 'ARTI-queen' = 국화 'ARTI-purple' 및 'ARTI-queen' 배분화와 신초형성에 미치는 영향
- Y M Lee; Eun Jeong Kang; S Y Sung; S H Kim; B K Ha; D S Kim; J B Kim; S Y Kang
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- Horticultural Science & Technology, vol. 31, no. 3, pp. 359-365
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- Chrysanthemum is one of the most popular ornamental plants worldwide. Recently, lots of new and novel chrysanthemum varieties have been developed using mutagenesis. However, there was no study for comparison of tissue culture condition among the mutant varieties derived from one original variety, until now. This study was conducted to compare the efficient regeneration condition of the two chrysanthemum mutant varieties, 'ARTI-purple' and 'ARTI-queen'. Two different flower parts (disk and ray florets) at the unopened and early blooming stages were used for comparison of regeneration condition on MS medium supplemented with combinations of three growth regulators (BA, NAA, and IAA). The highest regeneration rate was identified on the NAA and BA combination when the disk florets at unopened blooming stage are used. The best optimum combinations of growth regulators were identified as NAA 1.0 mg·L-1 and BA 0.5 mg·L-1 at 'ARTI-purple', which displayed 47.9% regeneration. However, regeneration of 'ARTI-queen' was the highest as 25.6% at NAA 2.0 mg·L-1 and BA 1.0 mg·L-1. There results indicate that there is a difference for the optimum regeneration condition between the mutant varieties derived from one original variety. These results will be useful for construction of efficient regeneration system of diverse chrysanthemum mutants developed by mutation breeding.
- Auxin; Cytokinin; Disk floret; Radiation; Ray floret
- South Korea
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