Journal of Botany

Journal of Botany / 2015 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Ex Vitro Seedling Development from In Vitro Rhizome-Like Bodies in Eulophia promensis Lindl.: A New Technique for Orchid Propagation

Table 1

Seed germination in Eulophia promensis.

MediumPGRs (mgL−1)Additives (2.0 gL−1)Time (days)Seed germination (%) (mean ± SE)

MS25–3040–4573.00 ± 1.20cd
0.525–3045–5067.00 ± 1.30cd
0.520–2535–4078 .00 ± 1.25bc
1.01.025–3040–4569.00 ± 1.09cd
1.0AC20–2540–4577.00 ± 1.25bc
1.0AC20–2535–4085.00 ± 2.30ab

P72320–2540–4595.50 ± 2.30b
0.525–3045–5068.00 ± 2.30cd
0.520–2535–4095.00 ± 1.75b
1.01.025–3035–4070.00 ± 1.69cd
1.0AC20–2540–4596.50 ± 1.30b
1.0AC20–2530–35100.50 ± 2.00a

Mean values within a column followed by the same letter were not significantly different at = 0.05.

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