OVULO EMBRYO CULTURE IN GRAPES - A REVIEW

Article Id: ARCC4359 | Page : 127-131
Citation :- OVULO EMBRYO CULTURE IN GRAPES - A REVIEW.Agricultural Reviews.2001.(22):127-131
Anil Kumar, Suneel Sharma and D.S. Gill
Address : Department of Horticulture, CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar - 12!;> 004, India

Abstract

Seedless grapes are preferred as table grapes by consumer around the world. Seedlessness of table grapes (Vitis spp.) is caused by either stenospermocarpy or parthenocarpy. Techniques for in ovulo embryo culture have been reported for stenospermocarpic grapes, early ripening seeded grapes and interspecific crosses. This technique provides an alternative to conventional breeding for seedless grapes by allowing recovery of progeny from abortive ovules of seedless crosses and also facilitates the study of inheritance of seedlessness. The present review deals with the work done in ovulo embryo culture with respect to the effect of genotype, culture media, age of ovule etc. in grapes.

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