Meristem Culture of <i>Aloe vera</i> Linn. and its Acclimatization
Keywords:shoot meristem, Aloe vera Linn., acclimatization
Aloe vera Linn. is an ornamental plant that have many advantages, namely anti diabetic, cure malnutrition, anti constipation. Therefore, it is important to propagate it by tissue culture method. In this study, shoot meristem was used as an explants. After shoots developing from the meristem, they were subculturedÂ onto rooting media. Then the plantlets were acclimatized.
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