Tags: Picea abies

Somatic embryogenesis of conifers

Submitted by Kateřina Eliášová on Tue, 03/27/2018 - 13:40

The process of plant somatic embryogenesis allows the acquisition of a large number of genetically identical individuals. That fact is used in practice to obtain a rich progeny from a minimal number of seeds. At the same time, somatic embryogenesis is an ideal system for studying the early stages of plant development. Somatic embryogenesis starts by the derivation of embryogenic culture, mostly from zygotic embryos.

Exogenous putrescine affects endogenous polyamine levels and the development of Picea abies somatic embryos

Submitted by Zuzana Vondráková on Tue, 02/13/2018 - 09:44

Vondráková Z, Eliášová K, Vágner M, Martincová O, Cvikrová M:

Exogenous putrescine affects endogenous polyamine levels and the development of Picea abies somatic embryos. 

PLANT GROWTH REGULATION 75: 405-414, 2015.

The impact of UV-B irradiation applied at different phases of somatic embryo development in Norway spruce on polyamine metabolism

Submitted by Milena Cvikrová on Tue, 02/13/2018 - 08:58

Cvikrová M, Vondráková Z, Eliášová K, Pešek B, Trávníčková A, Vágner M: 

The impact of UV-B irradiation applied at different phases of somatic embryo development in Norway spruce on polyamine metabolism.

TREES: STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION 30: 113-124, 2016.

Histological and biochemical response of Norway spruce somatic embryos to UV-B irradiation

Submitted by Kateřina Eliášová on Tue, 02/13/2018 - 08:55

Eliášová K, Vondráková Z, Malbeck J, Trávníčková A, Pešek B, Vágner M, Cvikrová M: Histological and biochemical response of Norway spruce somatic embryos to UV-B irradiation. 

TREES: STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION 31: 1279-93, 2017.