Influence of Phytohormones on Callus Indication and Micrpropagation on Rose (Rosa indica L.)

Mehran Ali, Shahla Karim Baloch, Nighat Seema, Shafqat Yaeen, Arshad Ali Kaleri, Rameez Raja Kaleri, Ghulam Shah Nizamani, Ghulam Farooq Subhapoto, Mohsin Ali Kaleri, Faizan Shahani, Memona Shahani


Roses (Rosa indica L.) is one of the greatest significant flower collection in the biosphere and have commercial value in decorative, therapeutic and cosmetic trade. Speedy development and construction of disease free plants through in vitro technique have played a dynamic part in broadcast of salable rose cultivars. The five diverse meditations of growth controller such as (MS + 2.00 mg L-1 ), (IBA + 2.00 mg L-1 ), (AA + 30 gL-1 sucrose), (MS + 2.00 mg L-1), (BAP + 3.00 mg L-1 ), (NAA +30 mg L-1 sucrose), (MS + 2.00 mg L-1), (BAP + 3.00 mg L-1 ), ( IAA + 30 mg L-1 sucrose), (MS + 4 mg L-1), (BAP + 2.00 mg L-1), (( IAA + 30 mg L-1 sucrose) and (MS + 3.00 mg L-1 ), (BAP + 3.00 mg L-1), (IAA + 30 mg L-1 sucrose for shoot induction. After establishment of plantlets, stem was cast off as explants foundation for the initiation of callus. It is concluded that the two different concentrations 2.00 and 4.00 mg L-1 of 2 to 4 D were better worked out for callus induction.


: Influence, phytohormone, callus induction, micropropagation, rose (Rosa indica L.)

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