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The Growth of Tissue Culture Plant in 'Kyoho' Grapevine
Tissue culture plant
In order to investigate the growth of tissue culture plants in 1 year old ‘kyoho' grapevine (Vitis vinifera L. × Vitis labruscana Bailey), the tissue culture and cutting young plants were growth in pot in the Viticulture Research Station, NCHU in summer of 1996, and their growth was investigated in the period from spring to winter of 1997. It was found that the length and diameter of new shoot, number of leaves, fresh weight of stem, total area and weight of leaves of tissue culture plants were longer, larger and more than those of cutting plants. The fresh weight in stem, leaves and roots in tissue culture plant was greater than those of cutting plants. By observing the cross sections of leaf, stem and root via microscope, it was shown that the array of cell was in good order and tight.
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