Effect of Glycine amino acid on some leaves characteristics of Date palm phoenix dactylifera L. cv. Bream derived from micropropagation
Basrah Journal For Date Palm Research,
Volume 17, Issue 1, Pages 36-50
AbstractThis study has been conducted at laboratory of plant tissue culture, college of Agriculture, University of Basrah, to examine the effect of amino acid (Glycine) at 0, 25, 50, and 100 mg.L-1 concentrations on some physical and chemical characteristics, and protein pattern of date palm plantlets cv. Bream by in vitro culture. Results showed that, Glycine treatment at 100 mg/L supplement into MS medium showed the highest fresh and dry weight of plantlets as 0.523 and 0.257 gm. respectively, compared to other treatments. Also leaves chlorophyll and carbohydrates found to be increased as consequence to Glycine supplementing at 100 mg/L. and reached to 6.81 and 66 mg/L. respectively. Also results showed Glycine treatments at 50 and 100 mg/L led to disappear one protein band compared to control plantlets. .
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