Regeneration of plants
Toshio Murashige, Botany and Plant Sciences
California Agriculture 36(8):19-20. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v036n08p19.
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Reporting his pioneering experiments on plant cell culture to the German Academy of Science in 1902, G. Haberlandt predicted that someday “in this way one could successfully cultivate embryos from vegetative cells.” Had IAA and kinetin been at his disposal, Haberlandt might have realized his prediction, and there is no telling how much further plant cell culture might be today.
Toshio Murashige, Professor of Horticulture, and Plant Physiologist, Botany and Plant Sciences, Riverside.