ADAPTATION FEATURES OF GALANTHUS WORONOWII LOSINSK. TO EX VITRO CONDITIONS
- The authors:
- Shurkina E. S., Malyarovskaya V. I.
- Page numbers:
- 82 - 88
- Galanthus woronowii adaptation, ex vitro conditions, biologics, biometrics, rooting
The issues of plant adaptation to ex vitro conditions have not been sufficiently studied, and additional research is required for each individual crop, taking into account its characteristics. The aim of the research was to study the adaptation features of Galanthus woronowii Losinsk microlubulbes cultured in vitro to nonsterile conditions. The effect of various biologics (zircon 0.25 ml/l, epin-extra 0.5 ml/l, Indolyl-3-butyric acid (IBA) 1 mg/l) on biometrics and survival of G. woronowii bulbs were studied. It is established that the most optimal biological products are epin-extra and zircon, which effectively stimulate the development of the root system and the bulbs’ size of Woronow's snowdrop. At the same time, they allow obtaining the highest percentage of survival rate among the adapted plants, from 83.3 to 100 %, respectively