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The subject material of this article is convention established and offers with the body structure, ecology and administration of orchid conservation. It bargains details not just to the orchid learn scientist, but additionally to the orchid fanatic serious about the medical historical past to this subject. curiosity and aid for plant conservation has elevated significantly and loads of cognizance has been all for the plight of participants of the orchid relations. the improvement makes it fascinating to assemble current info and to think about components of study.
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Germination and fungus compatibility 47 Table 2. Source of mycorrhizal fungi used in compatibility testing with orchids. Mycorriiizal fungus isolate Orchid species source of isolate 03 Ophrys holoserica (Burm. ) Greuter Dactylorhiza romana (Sebast) So6 Orchis militaris Orchis papilionacea L. Orchis papilionacea Orchis simiaLam. Seropios lingua L. Orchis militaris Orchis purpurea Hudson Dactylorhiza fuchsii (Druce) Sod Platanthera chlorantha (Custer) Reichb. f. ) Briq. ) So6 Dactylorhiza fuchsii Ophrys vernixia Q> 08 Q13 Q14 Q17 Q18 Q19 Q20 Q21 Q22 Q23 Q24 Q25 Q26 Q27 Q28 M10 a — The work with the rare British species highlighted the difficulties that can be encountered in developing effective symbiotic or asymbiotic methods, and revealed that though some species may respond very well to a number of fungal symbionts, or develop on a number of different media, no single method can be adopted for the in vitro propagation of all European orchid species, rather there are some which show a high degree of specificity for fungi and/or particular nutrients.
Coriophora subsp. fragrans, 0. sancta, Serapias lingua, S. parviflora, S. vomeracea. Orchis morio. others, Q14, Q18, Q21 and possibly Q23, there is a fair degree of non-specificity between orchid species. However, if one looks only at the early stages of development, up to stages 2 and 3, then a much higher degree of non-specificity is apparent. These results therefore illustrate the dangers of drawing premature conclusions from compatibility trials or sowing experiments conducted over short time periods.
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