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Table 1. Composition of medium in transformation experiment.


Plant

Response

Reference

Albizzia julibrissin

In vitro shoot formation

Sankhla et al. 1995

Andrographis paniculata

Somatic embryogenesis

Martin, 2004

Apple

Higher efficiency of regeneration and transformation

Seong et al. 2005

Arachis hypogea

Regeneration

Pestana, 1999

Arachis hypogea

Multiple shoot formation

Ozudogru et al. 2005

Albizzia procera

Plant regeneration

Kumar et al. 1998b

Bactris gasipaes

Enhance embryogenic competence

Steinmacher et al. 2007

Brassica campastris

Shoot regeneration

Palmer, 1992

Brassica juncea

Microspore embryogenesis

Prem et al. 2005

Capsicum annuum

Shoot development and plant regeneration

Hyde and Phillips, 1996

Cicer arietinum

Somatic embryo induction

Patil et al. 1999

Cichorium intybus

Shoot length, shoot number, flowering

Bais et al. 2001a; Bais et al. 2001b; Bais et al. 2001c

Coffea arabica

Shoot growth
Somatic embryogenesis
Direct somatic embryogenesis

Ganesh and Sreenath, 1996
Giridhar et al. 2003
Giridhar et al. 2004

Coffea canephora

Shoot growth
Somatic embryogenesis
Direct somatic embryogenesis

Giridhar et al. 2003
Giridhar et al. 2004; Kumar et al. 2007
Fuentes et al. 2000

Cucumis sativus

Shoot regeneration
Sex expression

Mohiuddin et al. 1997
Atsmon and Tabbak, 1979

Daucus carota

Somatic embryogenesis

Nissen et al. 1994

Decalepis hamiltonii

In vitro root formation and shoot formation

Bais et al. 2000a; Bais et al. 2000b; Reddy et al. 2001

Egyptian maize

Enhanced the formation of embryogenic type II callus

El-Itriby et al. 2003

Eleusine coracana

Plant regeration

Kothari-Chajer et al. 2008

Glycine max

Shoot formation on hypocotyls

Wang and Xu, 2008

Gossypium sp.

Leaf abscission
Enhance multiple shoot production from hypocotyl segments

Beyer, 1976a
Divya et al. 2008

Helianthus annuus

Regeneration and shoot organogenesis

Chraibi et al. 1991

Hordium vulgare

Somatic embryogenesis
Plant regeneration

Castillo et al. 1998
Jha et al. 2007

Ipomoea batatas

Shoot regeneration

Gong et al. 2005

Manihot esculenta

Shoot organogenesis

Zang et al. 2001

Morus Alba

Modification of sex expression

Thomas, 2004

Nicotiana plumbaginifolia

Shoot regeneration

Purnahauser et al. 1987

Oryza sativa

Androgenesis

Lentini et al. 1995

Paspalum scrobiculatum

Plant regenerarion

Kothari-Chajer et al. 2008

Passion fruit

Regeneration

Reis et al. 2003

Penisittum glaucum

Plant regeneration

Oldach et al. 2001

Penisittum glaucum

Regeneration from zygotic embryos

O'Kennedy et al. 2004

Pennisettum americanum

Plant regeneration

Plus et al. 1993

Phaseolus vulgaris

Shoot development

Cruz de Carvalho et al. 2000

Phoenix dactylifera

Somatic embryogenesis

Al-Khayri and Al-Bahrany, 2001; Al-Khayri and Al-Bahrany, 2004

Picea glauca

Somatic embryogenesis

Kong and Yeung, 1994

Picea glauca

Maturation of somatic embryos

El Meskaoui et al. 2000

Pisum sativum

Shoot growth

Beyer, 1975

Punica granatum

Adventitious shoot regeneration.

Naik and Chand, 2003

Quassia amara

somatic embryogenesis

Martin and Madassery, 2005

Raphanus sativus

Shoot regeneration

Pua et al. 1996

Rubus sp

Inhibits callous formation during shoot multiplication

Tsao and Reed, 2002  

Sorghum bicolor

Plant regeneration

Oldach et al. 2001

Stenotaphrum secundatum

Embryogenic callus shoot regeneration.

Fei et al. 2000

Tagetes erecta

Plant growth flowering and seed viability

 

Triticum aestivum

Plant regeneration from callus
Improved embryogenic callus frequency

Yu et al. 2008
Wu et al. 2006

Vanilla planifolia

Shoot growth and in vitro root formation

Giridhar et al. 2001

Vicia faba

Promoted root formation

Khalafalla and Hattori, 2000

Vigna ungiculata

In vitro regeneration

Brar et al. 1999

Zea mays

Regenerable callus
Embryogenic calli from embryo scutellum

Songstad et al. 1988
Valdez-Ortiz, 2007


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