APPLYING BIOTECHNOLOGY TECHNIQUES IN ORNAMENTAL HORTICULTURE
- The authors:
- Galdina T. Y., Kaloshin V. P., Samoshin S. Y.
- Page numbers:
- 105 - 112
- microplants, in vitro, adaptation, preservation, survival ability, biometric indicators, ornamental plants
The paper presents the results of experimental work on microcloning technique for a number of hydrangea and rose cultivars. The object was large-leaved hydrangeas (‘Peppermint’, ‘Forever & Ever Pink’, ‘Forever & Ever Red’, ‘Forever & Ever Blue’, ‘Phanton’, ‘Wim's Red’) and roses (‘Pilgrim’, ‘Comtesse Du Barry’). Particular attention is focused on the study of placing regenerating plants into natural growing conditions. The main factors influencing rhizogenesis process efficiency at the adaptation stage are defined experimentally (biometric indicators of microplants at the stage of placing, agrochemical indicators of substrates).