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plumular

(ˈpluːmjʊlə)
adj
(Botany) botany relating to the plumule of a plant
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An aerial stem system of plumular origin and an underground stem system of cotyledonary bud origin have been described, and the root system is completely adventitious and formed by the underground stem axis (Andreata and Menezes, 1999).
The study is aimed to overcome this problem by developing an efficient regeneration system using immature plumular apice explants from immature zygotic embryos of Turkish lentil cv.
Keywords: in vitro, plumular apices, explant, legume, lentil, shoot regeneration, growth regulators.
Apos atingirem o estagio de gancho plumular (quatro dias apos germinacao), as plantulas foram transferidas para vasos individuais de 900 mL, com duas plantas cada um, e solucao nutritiva de Hoagland & Arnon (1950) modificada, diluida quatro vezes a pH 6,0.
It was possible to observe a well-differentiated apex and plumular tissue in twelve-month-old embryos (Figure 4).
axis not identifiable; plumular axis emerges horizontally, later diverts
In vitro regeneration via caulogenesis and brassin-induced shoot conversion of dormant buds from plumular explants of peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.
In this study, preconditioned plumular apex explants with 20 mg L-1 BAP or unconditioned explants were cultured for 8 weeks on MS medium having 0.
Micropropagation of lentil (Lens culinaris Medik) using pulse treatment of immature plumular apices.