Katarzyna Maćkowska

Katarzyna Maćkowska
University of Agriculture in Krakow | UR · Institute of Plant Biology and Biotechnology

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The genus Lachenalia J. Jacq. ex Js. Murray (Asparagaceae) comprises 136 species endemic to South Africa and Namibia. These bulbous geophytes are considered to have excellent horticultural potential due to their morphological and genetic diversity, and thus have been chosen for the initiation of a breeding program to develop new cultivars that suit...
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Somatic hybridisation in the carrot, as in other plant species, enables the development of novel plants with unique characteristics. This process can be induced by the application of electric current to isolated protoplasts, but such electrofusion requires an effective hybrid cell identification method. This paper describes the non-toxic fluorescen...
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Phytosulfokine-α (PSK), a peptidyl plant growth factor, has been recognized as a promising intercellular signaling molecule involved in cellular proliferation and dedifferentiation. It was shown that PSK stimulated and enhanced cell divisions in protoplast cultures of several species leading to callus and proembryogenic mass formation. Since PSK ha...
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This is the first study to generate carrot plants for enhanced salinity tolerance using a single-cell in vitro system. Protoplasts of three carrot accessions were exposed to treatment by seven different concentrations of NaCl (10–400 mM). Salt concentrations higher than 50 mM decreased plating efficiency and those of 200–400 mM of NaCl completely a...
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Protoplasts of four Daucus carota subspecies and three wild Daucus species were isolated from 2-weekold shoot cultures during overnight incubation in an enzyme mixture composed of 1 % (w/v) cellulase Onozuka R-10 and 0.1 % (w/v) pectolyase Y-23. Before the culture, they were embedded in autoclave- or filter-sterilized alginate solution. Modified th...

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