Micropropagation of lavender (Lavandula angustifolia)
Lavender (Lavandula angustifolia) is widely used in medicine. Lavender essential oil has a sedative effect, antispasmodic, prevent respiratory failure. Lavender should be preserved and studied deeply about biotechnology in the production of oil. Lavender seeds are disinfected best at a javel concentration of 75% in 10 minutes. Medium appropriate for plant growth is WPM. WPM supplemented with BA (0.1 mg/L), sucrose (30 g/L) is suitable for the process of creating the bud. IAA concentration (0.5 mg/L) is suitable for rooting process in in vitro culture. Lavender stem is strong and compact, dark green, thick blade, healthy roots when activated carbon was added into the media at concentrations 1.0 g/L
Keywords:Lavandulaangustifolia, in vitro propagation, tissue culture, micropropagation
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