The development of filamentous and callus-like growth in axenic tissue cultures of Esklonia radiata (Phaeophyta)
Lawlor, H.J., McComb, J.A. and Borowitzka, M.A. (1988) The development of filamentous and callus-like growth in axenic tissue cultures of Esklonia radiata (Phaeophyta). In: Stadler, T., Mollion, J., Verdus, M-C, Karamanos, Y., Morvan, H. and Christiaen, D., (eds.) Algal biotechnology. Elsevier Applied Science, Essex, UK, pp. 139-150.
Sterile explants of E. radiata stipe were grown on modified M&S  and PES [2J media, at 250C in continuous white light (50 µE.m-2.sec-1). Growth, although slow, occurred in several forms:-
(1) lightly pigmented filamentous and callus-like growth from the cut surfaces of the cortex and medulla;
(2) deeply pigmented filamentous and callus-like growth from centres within the explant.
|Publication Type:||Book Chapter|
|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Environmental and Life Sciences|
|Publisher:||Elsevier Applied Science|
|Copyright:||© 1988 Government of Canada|
|Notes:||Proceedings of the 4th International Meeting of the SAA, held in Villeneuve d'Ascq, France, 15-17 September 1987.|
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