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In Vitro Long-Term Cultures of Papaya (Carica Papaya L.)
We present the data on proliferation corresponding to 10 years of continuous incubation in vitro of papaya shoots, and propose a reliable method for long-term micropropagation for papaya, using two types of explants: Microshoots from somatic embryos, and from axillary buds of papaya. Three different media were assayed. The proliferation medium (PPRM) allowed to maintain papaya shoots under continuous proliferation during 20 years, maintaining a consistent behaviour. Most of the shoots developeddoi:10.21203/rs.3.rs-262638/v1 fatcat:ujy6jyf5rbegvgnakmtqatzqta