What does BA stand for?
BA stands for N6-benzyladenine
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Environmental Fate and Exposure Potential: Benzyladenine’s production may result in its release to the environment through various waste streams; its use as a plant growth regulator will result in its direct release to the environment. If released to air, a vapor pressure of 1. 79X10-11 mm Hg at 20 deg C indicates benzyladenine will exist solely in the particulate phase in the atmosphere. Particulate-phase benzyladenine will be removed from the atmosphere by wet or dry deposition.
) is a medicinal plant of immense pharmaceutical value. The species is threatened with extinction due to its indiscriminate collection as raw material for pharmaceutical industry, to manufacturing drugs for diabetes, asthma, eye complaints, etc. A rigorous attempt has been made for development of in vitro shoot multiplication for this species. METTHODS: Aseptic cultures were established on Nitsch and Nitsch, 1969 Medium (NN) containing 2. 5 ?M BA (N6-Benzyladenine.
The inhibitory effects of ethylene can be prevented by inhibition of ethylene action and bio synthesis (Pua, 1993). However the role of ethylene in plant cells and tissues grown in vitro is not well understood. Cytokinins are also known to promote ethylene production several folds in many plants, at least partially through the increase in ACC synthase activities (Abeles et al. , 1992). N6-benzyladenine.
an endangered orchid of Aravalli hills. Shoot buds were induced from tuber explants (1 cm cut pieces) on Murashige and Skoog (MS) medium containing 44. 4 µM 6-benzyladenine (BA) and additives (283. 8 µM ascorbic acid, 67. 8 µM adenine sulphate, 143. 5 µM arginine and 118. 9 µM citric acid). After excision of newly formed shoots, explants were successively transferred to MS medium with 22.
B800-5gm B800 6-BENZYLAMINOPURINE(BAP) /N6-Benzyladenine.