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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: K. Szentmihályi, M. Szilágyi, J. Balla, L. Ujhelyi, and A. Blázovics

Kögl , C., Schneider , W. & Elstner , E.F. (1994): The influence of magnesium-pyridoxal-5’-phosphate-glutamate in comparison with probucol, α-tocopherol and trolox on copper-induced oxidation of human low density lipoprotein in vitro . Biochem

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cells not located in a shoot apical meristem. In Vitro Cell Dev. Pl. 45 , 758–768. Gaba V. Adventitious shoot formation in decapitated dicotyledonous seedlings starts with

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199 205 Teutonico, R. A., Palta, J. P., Osborn, T. C. (1993): In vitro freezing tolerance in relation to winter survival of rapeseed cultivars. Crop Sci. , 33

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. & Bonpl. ex Willd. M. C. Johnston) via cotyledonary nodes. In Vitro Cell. Dev.-Pl. 43 , 260–266. Vernon-Carter E. J. Clonal propagation of mesquite tree (Prosopis laevigata Humb

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Arockiasamy, S., Rani, S. S., Ignacimuthu, S., Melchias, G. (2006) Efficient protocols for in vitro regeneration of Pennisetum glaucum (L) Br. Indian J. Exp. Biol. 44 , 757

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Acta Veterinaria Hungarica
Authors: Clara Malo, Lydia Gil, Rafael Cano, Felisa Martinez, and Noelia Gonzalez

Abeydeera, L. R., Wang, W. H., Prather, R. S. and Day, B. N. (1998): Maturation in vitro of pig oocytes in protein-free culture media: Fertilization and subsequent embryo development in vitro . Biol. Reprod

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An investigation to standardize the protocol for in vitro application of colchicine for enhancing the doubled haploid production in wheat was done. Two tetraploid (PDW-314 and A-9-30-1); and two hexaploid (DH-40 and C-306) wheat genotypes were used as maternal parents, whereas, the pollen sources involved Zea mays (cv. Bajaura Makka) and Imperata cylindrica. During the rabi seasons of years 2013–14 and 2014–15, wheat × maize and wheat × I. cylindrica hybridization was carried out followed by treatment of their haploids produced as a result of elimination of chromosomes of maize and I. cylindrica respectively, with varied doses of colchicine for different durations The various doses of colchicine were categorized into two groups: lower doses for longer durations (0.01, 0.025, 0.05% each for 5, 7, 9, 11 hrs) and higher doses for shorter durations (0.05, 0.075, 0.10, 0.15, 0.20, 0.25% each for 5, 4, 3, 2 hrs). The response of different concentrations of colchicine applied for varied durations revealed significant differences for various doubled haploidy parameters viz., per cent survived plants, per cent doubled haploid formation and per cent doubled haploid seed formation. In hexaploid and tetraploid wheats, colchicine doses of 0.075% for 4 hrs and 0.15% for 4 hrs, respectively were established as optimum for enhanced doubled haploid production.

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Authors: Tamás Spitkó, Dr. László Sági, Dr. János Pintér, Dr. L. Csaba Marton, and Dr. Beáta Barnabás

on the nitrogen sources . Scientia Sinica. 18 : 659 – 668 . 3. Dieu , P. – Beckert , M. : 1986 . Further studies of androgenetic embryo production and plant regeneration from in

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: József Bódis, Endre Sulyok, Ákos Várnagy, Miklós Koppán, and Gábor Kovács L.

–1638. [Hungarian] 3 Várnagy A, Bódis J, Kovács GL, et al. Metabolic hormones in follicular fluid in women undergoing in vitro fertilization. J Reprod Med. 2013

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Tyankova, N.D., Zagorska, N. A., 2001. Genetic control of In vitro response in wheat (T. aestivum L.). In Vitro Cell Dev. Plant 37, 524–530. Zagorska N. A. Genetic control of

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