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M. K. Sharma R. S. Sengar P. Chand R. Singh S. Gupta M. K. Yadav A. Singh

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Present study deals with the optimization of various culture conditions for initiating high frequency in vitro shoot multiplication in two early maturing high yielding sugarcane genotypes namely Co98014 & Co89003. On the behalf of the findings of this study, it was concluded that the temperature, photoperiod and culture media pH affected the frequency of in vitro shoot multiplication in both sugarcane genotypes at a significant level. In both genotypes high frequency shoot multiplication was recorded at growth room temperature 25ºC, 16h/8h light/dark photoperiod and culture media pH 6.0. Genotype Co89003 exhibited highest shoot regeneration and multiplication under various culture conditions. The present study suggests the necessity of investigation of these culture conditions separately upon individual sugarcane genotypes prior to develop efficient in vitro plant regeneration protocol for commercial purposes.

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Keywords

Culture environment, Shoots regeneration, Sugarcane, Tissue culture

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Sharma, M. K., Sengar, R. S., Chand, P., Singh, R., Gupta, S., Yadav, M. K., & Singh, A. (2016). Optimization of culture conditions for high frequency in vitro shoot multiplication in sugarcane (Saccharum officinarum L.). Journal of Applied and Natural Science, 8(3), 1565–1569. https://doi.org/10.31018/jans.v8i3.1001
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