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    • Micropropagation of Acacia mearnsii (de willd) 

      Beck, Sascha Lynn. (2013-12-23)
      Multiple shoots were produced from nodal explants of thirty-day-old in vitro grown seedlings and from pretreated three, five- and nine-month-old greenhouse grown Acacia mearnsii plants, respectively. Explants were ...
    • Shoot apex culture of Acacia mearnsii (De wild) 

      Thompson, Iain Mungo. (2007)
      Research into the micropropagation of black wattle in South Africa is important for two reasons. Firstly micropropagation technology allows breeders to select and propagate mature tissue, which in turn allows them to better ...