Androgenesis in Quercus Petraea, Fagus Sylvatica and Aesculus Hippocastanum

  • Jörg Jörgensen
Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSA, volume 210)


Anthers of oak, beech, and horse-chestnut were cultured on modified MS-media or WPM with different BAP and 2,4D combinations. On these media embryos (horse-chestnut) or calli (oak and beech) developed. On media with 2.5 µM BAP the calli were transformed into embryos. On media without hormones oak and horse chestnut plants developed, which were potted in soil in the greenhouse.


Haploid Plant Forest Research Institute Beech Tree Anther Wall Quercus PETRAEA 
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© Plenum Press, New York 1991

Authors and Affiliations

  • Jörg Jörgensen
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  1. 1.Niedersächsische Forstliche VersuchsanstaltStaufenberg-EscherodeGermany

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