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  • 1 Bharathidasan University Tiruchirappalli Department of Plant Science, School Life Sciences 620 024 Tamil Nadu India
  • | 2 University of Malaya Institute of Biological Sciences, Faculty of Science 50603 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
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An efficient protocol was standardized using axillary bud and shoot tip explants of Catharanthus roseus — an anticancer medicinal plant. The highest number of shoots (19.6 shoots / auxiliary node) was observed after 45 days of culture in the MS medium supplemented with NAA (4.0 mg l−1) + BA (4.0 mg l−1). Shoots were proliferated and elongated in the same medium. High frequency of rooting (82.5%) was obtained in half strength MS + IBA (4.0) from axillary bud derived shoots. The rooted plantlets were successfully established in soil.

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