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Effect of hyaluronic acid on the organogenesis of an Oncidium cultivar
Journal of Bioscience and Agriculture Research
Protocorm-like bodies (PLBs) multiplication is one of the most preferable in vitro methods to increase the number of orchids in a short time. The current investigation was conducted to understand the impact of two types of hyaluronic acid (HA12 and HA20) using various concentrations on the regeneration of Oncidium Aloha 'Iwanaga'. The highest number of PLBs were found at 0.1mg/l of HA12 (20.7/explant) and HA20 (23.1/explant) respectively. The highest number of shoots were found at 0.1mg/l ofdoi:10.18801/jbar.240220.247 fatcat:xmkn7il5unbqdnyvyf4svpc7gq