Scientific Journal of KubSAU

Polythematic online scientific journal
of Kuban State Agrarian University
ISSN 1990-4665
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Sokolov Roman Nikolayevich

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SSI "Institute of Floriculture and Subtropical Crops"
   

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APPROBATION OF ISSR DNA-MARKERS FOR GENOTYPING OF RARE PLANTS SPECIES OF THE WESTERN CAUCASUS: LILIUM CAUCASICUM MISCZ. EX GROSSH., GALÁNTHUS WORONOWII KOLAK., PANCRATIUM MARITIMUM L.

abstract 1031409037 issue 103 pp. 611 – 623 30.11.2014 ru 1512
The study was aimed on approbation of 11 ISSR DNA-markers for their using in DNA fingerprinting of rare plant species of the Western Caucasus Lilium Caucasicum Miscz. Ex Grossh., Galánthus woronowii Kolak., Pancratium maritimum L. according to results DNA-markers set was selected for further using in the investigation of genetic diversity of the mentioned plant species
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INTRODUCTION OF SOME RARE AND ENDANGERED SPECIES OF WESTERN CAUCASUS FLORA TO IN VITRO CULTURE

abstract 0941310013 issue 94 pp. 162 – 178 27.12.2013 ru 947
There were developed some methods of sterilization and introduction of the following endangered species of Caucasian flora to in vitro culture: Campanula sclerophylla Kolak., Lilium caucasicum Miscz. ex Grossh., Daphne woronowii Kolak., Pancratium maritimum L.. The effect of different plant hormones as well as their combinations and concentrations on the regeneration, growth and development of plants is studied. As a result of clonal propagation, more than 100 plants of Campanula sclerophylla Kolak, about 30 plants of Pancratium maritimum L., and 150 samples of Lilium caucasicum Miscz. Ex Grossh are saved in tissue culture
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THE EFFECT OF LIGHT SPECTRAL COMPOSITION ON GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF LILIUM CAUCASICUM UNDER IN VITRO CONDITIONS

abstract 0941310012 issue 94 pp. 151 – 161 27.12.2013 ru 1837
It is shown that under in vitro conditions, regenerated plants of Lilium caucasicum cultivated in the light of varying intensity and spectral composition didn’t have the same biometric parameters (length and width of leaves) or number of micro bulbs. There were established some specific effects of the two main areas of photosynthetically active radiation - blue and red on the growth and development of the plants as well as on the content of photosynthetic pigments
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