The plant tissue culture collection at the department of botany, university of debrecen

Csaba Máthé, Zita Demeter, Anna Resetár, Sándor Gonda, Andrea Balázs, E. Szőke, Zoltán Kiss, Ádám Simon, Viktória Székely, Milán Riba, Tamás Garda, Boglárka Gere, Zsófia Noszály, V. Attila Molnár., G. Vasas

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We present a list of tissue culture systems developed at the Department of Botany, University of Debrecen. Several of tissue cultures were developed for the first time in our laboratory. These include micropropagation of Elatine hungarica, callus cultures of several oak genotypes of Hungarian origin and of Crocus species characteristic for the Carpathian Basin. Callus cultures were either organogenic (e.g. Crocus scepusiensis) or embryogenic (Quercus petraea, Galanthus and Crocus species, Phragmites australis). In case of embryogenic cultures, somatic embryos showed either normal, bipolar development (e.g. Crocus heuffelianus, Phragmites australis) or they have lost this bipolarity at the maturation of embryos (C. banaticus, C. sativus, Galanthus). The type of callus is yet to be identified for several cultures (e.g. Plantago lanceolata, Vicia faba). Most of our in vitro cultures proved to have plant regeneration potential. Several of them derived from endangered/ red list plants (Crocus species, Elatine hungarica,Galanthus nivalis), therefore they are suitable for germplasm preservation. Others (Quercus, Phragmites australis) proved to be suitable for stress physiology and/ or cell biology experiments. Cultures such as Crocus sativus or Plantago lanceolata derived from plants of medicinal importance, therefore are of potential pharmacological use.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)179-182
Number of pages4
JournalActa Biologica Szegediensis
Volume56
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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Botany
Crocus
Tissue culture
botany
tissue culture
plant tissues
Galanthus
Cytology
Phragmites australis
Elatine
Physiology
Bony Callus
Crocus sativus
Plantago lanceolata
Plantago
Quercus
callus culture
Galanthus nivalis
Embryonic Structures
Quercus petraea

Keywords

  • Embryogenic callus
  • Germplasm preservation
  • Micropropagation
  • Organogenesis
  • Tissue culture

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  • Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology(all)
  • Agricultural and Biological Sciences(all)

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The plant tissue culture collection at the department of botany, university of debrecen. / Máthé, Csaba; Demeter, Zita; Resetár, Anna; Gonda, Sándor; Balázs, Andrea; Szőke, E.; Kiss, Zoltán; Simon, Ádám; Székely, Viktória; Riba, Milán; Garda, Tamás; Gere, Boglárka; Noszály, Zsófia; Attila Molnár., V.; Vasas, G.

In: Acta Biologica Szegediensis, Vol. 56, No. 2, 2012, p. 179-182.

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Máthé, C, Demeter, Z, Resetár, A, Gonda, S, Balázs, A, Szőke, E, Kiss, Z, Simon, Á, Székely, V, Riba, M, Garda, T, Gere, B, Noszály, Z, Attila Molnár., V & Vasas, G 2012, 'The plant tissue culture collection at the department of botany, university of debrecen', Acta Biologica Szegediensis, vol. 56, no. 2, pp. 179-182.
Máthé C, Demeter Z, Resetár A, Gonda S, Balázs A, Szőke E et al. The plant tissue culture collection at the department of botany, university of debrecen. Acta Biologica Szegediensis. 2012;56(2):179-182.
Máthé, Csaba ; Demeter, Zita ; Resetár, Anna ; Gonda, Sándor ; Balázs, Andrea ; Szőke, E. ; Kiss, Zoltán ; Simon, Ádám ; Székely, Viktória ; Riba, Milán ; Garda, Tamás ; Gere, Boglárka ; Noszály, Zsófia ; Attila Molnár., V. ; Vasas, G. / The plant tissue culture collection at the department of botany, university of debrecen. In: Acta Biologica Szegediensis. 2012 ; Vol. 56, No. 2. pp. 179-182.
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