Chinese Bulletin of Botany ›› 2016, Vol. 51 ›› Issue (2): 251-256.DOI: 10.11983/CBB15036

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Tissue Culture of the Succulent Plant Sedum clavatum

Fang Liu1†, Yinghong Tang1, 2†, Youmei Yuan2, Qingquan Guo1, Fan Shen1, Jianrong Chen1*   

  1. 1Department of Biological and Environmental Engineering of Changsha University, Changsha 410022, China

    2Agriculture College of Hunan Agriculture University, Changsha 410128, China
  • Received:2015-02-16 Revised:2015-05-06 Online:2016-03-01 Published:2016-03-31
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Abstract: The leaf of Sedum clavatum was used to induce callus; through callus induction, bud induction, rooting and transplatation, aseptic-frequency regeneration systems were established. The optimal medium for induction was MS+3.0 mg·L–1 6-BA+0.1 mg·L–1 NAA+1.0 mg·L–1 KT; for redifferentiation 3/4MS+3.0 mg·L–1 6-BA+0.3mg·L–1 NAA; and for rooting 1/2MS+0.03 mg·L–1 NAA. The callus induction, redifferentiation and rooting rate was 95.7%, 80% and 94.89%, respectively. Using perlite:vermiculite (1:2) as a matrix, the transplant survival rate was >90%. We have established a high-frequency regeneration system for S. clavatum.

Key words: Sedum clavatum, callus induction, plant regeneration

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