Hernanto, Tricahyo (2008) PENGARUH PERIMBANGAN ZAT PENGATUR TUMBUH KINETIN DAN NAA TERHADAP EKSPLAN Anthurium plowmanii (GELOMBANG CINTA) SECARA KULTUR IN VITRO. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.
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Anthurium was one of interesting leaf decorative crop type because of its beautiful leaf pattern and form. Conventional propagation of Anthurium, is a time consume process, and less of uniformly result. One of the methods may be used to propagate anthurium uniformly in a lot of number is by culture in vitro. The aim of this study is to get the right balancing composition of growth regulator Kinetin and NAA at growing process of Anthurium Wave of Love eksplan by Culture In Vitro. This research was conducted at Mitra Anggrek Indonesia laboratory, Batu – Malang, from April until December 2007. This research was arranged in Simply Complete Randomized Design. The observations started at 2 weeks after planting on once a week interval, with parameters : percentage of life eksplan, number of shoot, number of leaves, number of root, date of emerge callus, and percentage of eksplan having callus. The result of this research indicate that balance concentration of growth regulator Kinetin and NAA that showing result of highest average seen at treatment of L3 ( Kinetin 1,0 and ppm of NAA 1,0 ppm) with average of number of shoot which emerge as much as 3,8 ± 0,17 each bottle at 12 week after planting. The treatment of L5 ( Kinetin 2,0 ppm + NAA 0,1 ppm) showed the highest number with average number of leaf which emerge counted 12,8 ± 0,17 each bottle at 12 week after planting. Treatment of L3 ( Kinetin 1,0 ppm + NAA 1,0 ppm) with average of number of root which emerge counted 3 ± 0,28 each bottle at 12 week after planting. Treatment of L3 ( Kinetin 1,0 ppm + NAA 1,0 ppm) shows faster appearance of callus at 5 week after planting with average emerge callus 6 week after planting. It is concluded that the level of Kinetin and NAA combination shows the trend of difference effect on formed of shoot, callus, and root of Anthurium ploumanii eksplan.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Other)|
|Subjects:||S Agriculture > SB Plant culture|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Agriculture & Animal Husbandry > Department of Agronomy|
|Depositing User:||Anggit Aldila|
|Date Deposited:||08 May 2012 03:08|
|Last Modified:||08 May 2012 03:08|
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