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Initiation of callus cultures and plantlet regeneration from seagrasses and marine coastal plants : final report
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    1991
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Initiation of callus cultures and plantlet regeneration from seagrasses and marine coastal plants : final report
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    University of Southern Mississippi, Department of Biological Sciences, ; Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium ; National Sea Grant Program (U.S.)
  • Description:
    "A large number of seagrasses and marine coastal plants were collected, aseptically cultured, and examined for the induction of callus cell growth. Callus cultures were subsequently used to produce new plants (plantlets) from single cells, to develop suspension cultures, to produce somatic embryos, and to develop methods for the storage of marine plant germplasm in liquid nitrogen. For most of the plants examined here, this was the first time that such efforts were attempted. It is hoped that this investigation will lead to more appropriate methods of seagrass and coastal plant revegetation and to a better understanding of the importance of these plants in the marine ecosystem"--National Sea Grant Library publication website.

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    Funding: NOAA National Sea Grant Program; grant number: NA89AA-D-SG016;
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