Quercus hinckleyi in vitro. Photo by Max Winkeljohn. […]
The Potential of Shoot Tip Cryopreservation for the Ex Situ Conservation of Oaks.
Dr. Valerie Pence, Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden Although there are published protocols for initiating shoot cultures for over 20 oak species, the cryopreservation of oak shoot tips has not been reported. We have applied the droplet vitrification protocol to four species of oaks, including the endangered Q. hinckleyi, in order to evaluate the feasibility of […]
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