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Table 2 Shoot regeneration from cotyledons (C) and hypocotyls (H) of L. campestre cultured on the media containing 1.0 mg L -1 2,4-D (2,4-D1.0) for 1 (1d), 2 (2d), 3 (3d) and 4 (4d) days before being transferred to 0.5 mg L -1 zeatin (z 0.5) for 4 weeks (4w), followed by 2.0 mg L -1 zeatin (z 2.0)*

From: Development of an efficient regeneration and transformation method for the new potential oilseed crop Lepidium campestre

Treatment Shoot regeneration %**
  Means ± SD
2,4-D 1.0, 1d → z 0.5, 4w→z 2.0, C 6.5 ± 0.25 b
2,4-D 1.0, 1d → z 0.5, 4w→z 2.0, H 0.0 ± 0.00 c
2,4-D 1.0, 2d → z 0.5, 4w→z 2.0, C 9.4 ± 0.30 ab
2,4-D 1.0, 2d → z 0.5, 4w→z 2.0, H 0.0 ± 0.00 c
2,4-D 1.0, 3d → z 0.5, 4w→z 2.0, C 14.0 ± 0.35 a
2,4-D 1.0, 3d → z 0.5, 4w→z 2.0, H 0.0 ± 0.00 c
2,4-D 1.0, 4d → z 0.5, 4w→z 2.0, C 19.4 ±0.40 a
2,4-D 1.0, 4d → z 0.5, 4w→z 2.0, H 0.0 ± 0.00 c
  1. *Each treatment contained 30 explants and repeated at least twice and the data are means ±SD. **Means followed by different letters indicate significant differences at p = 0.05.