The MORPHOLOGICAL AND ANATOMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF REHMANNIA GLUTINOSA VARIETIES 19 IN PHU THO
Keywords:Rehmannia glutinosa varieties 19, morphology, anatomy, in vitro, Phu Tho
Rehmannia glutinosa varieties 19 are used to make Radix Rehmanniae glutinosae and Radix Rehmanniae glutinosae praeparata herbs, which are two Northern herbs widely used in traditional medicine. This paper presents the results of research on morphological characteristics, anatomical structure of R. glutinosa varieties 19 grown in Phu Tho from in vitro plants. The results have described the morphological and anatomical characteristics of the R. glutinosa varieties 19. The anatomical structure of the R. glutinosa varieties 19 in in vitro and ex vitro plants and roots are similar.
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