A Mini Review on Tissue Culture Responses of Some auspicious Wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cultivars in different Media, Salts and Growth hormones
Muhammad Bilal*, Farah Ahmad, Qandeela Nigar, Quratul-ain Haidery, Qurat-ul-ain, Abdul Hanan, Shoaib Liaqat and Rana Imtiaz Ahmed
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Abstract: Wheat (Triticum aestivium) is grown all over the world as a cereal crop. Diverse biotic and abiotic stresses seriously affect the wheat growth, which results in low yield. Plant tissue culture is a technique used for in vitro regeneration of plants. Standardization for callus induction and regeneration is of vital importance to deploy the transformation aim full in wheat but Poor tissue culture performance, which is another obstacle in transformation of wheat genotypes. Therefore, to address this obstacle this review depicts various works of various scientist. They conducted many researches to evaluate response of different wheat genotypes to callus induction and plant regeneration. Therefore, the information generated through this review could be utilized to overcome poor tissue culture performance in wheat.