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In Vitro Propagation of Easter Island Curcuma longa from Rhizome Explants Using Temporary Immersion System
Curcuma longa (C. longa) is widely known for its medicinal properties. However, the potential overexploitation of this plant raises doubts about its long-term survival on Rapa Nui. Micropropagation using a temporary immersion system (TIS) could be the basis for developing a cost-effective and highly productive method of large-scale cultivation of this plant. Our objective was to develop and refine the in vitro multiplication system for mass propagation of C. longa, and thus help restore thedoi:10.3390/agronomy11112121 fatcat:772pe6phe5d65oc55fzodmrb74