Media pH and explant weight changes over incubation times for Douglas fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) shoot cultures grown on different media

2014-12-09T13:21:43Z (GMT) by Chien-Chih Chen Bates R Carlson J
<p>Dataset 1: Data column A through E are Conditions (incubation conditions as in Light or dark at 25C), Medium Type (mDCR refers to a modified version of Douglas-fir cotyledon revised medium, and mDCR+MES refers to mDCR medium with addition of 2-(N-morpholino)ethanesulfonic acid), Initial pH (pre-adjusted levels of medium pH), Incubation Time (days), and pH Measurement (post-treatment medium pH measurement).</p> <p>Dataset 2: Dataset 2 is the comparison of Pre- and Post-autoclaved medium pH measurement (data column A and B, respectively).</p> <p>Dataset 3: Dataset 3 column A through E are Genotype, Initial pH (pre-adjusted medium pH), Medium Type (mDCR refers to a modified version of Douglas-fir cotyledon revised medium, and mDCR+MES refers to mDCR medium with addition of 2-(N-morpholino)ethanesulfonic acid), pH Measurement (medium pH changes according to treatments), and Incubation Time (days).</p> <p>Dataset 4: Dataset 4 consists of individual bud weight changes prior to and post treatments according to each genotype. Column A through G are Genotype, Initial pH (pre-adjusted medium pH), Medium Type (mDCR refers to a modified version of Douglas-fir cotyledon revised medium, and mDCR+MES refers to mDCR medium with addition of 2-(N-morpholino)ethanesulfonic acid), Initial Bud Weight (mg), Final Bud Weight (mg), Bud Weight Increment (mg), and Incubation Time (days).</p>