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Figure 3: Somatic embryogenesis and plant regeneration in Daucus pumilus. Embryogenic calli cultivated on medium I (A), medium II (B), and medium III (C). (D) Cotyledonary-shaped embryo, stages of somatic embryos by light microscope including globular (E), heart-shaped (F), torpedo-shaped (G), and cotyledonary (H,I). (J, K) Germinated embryo with elongated radicle. (L) Differentiated plantlets after 3 weeks on hormone-free (HF) medium. (M, N) Differentiated plantlets with rootlet formation after 5 weeks on HF medium. (O) Umbels of white flower formation after 6 weeks on HF medium. (P, Q) Fruit formation after 8 weeks on HF medium

Figure 3: Somatic embryogenesis and plant regeneration in <i>Daucus pumilus</i>. Embryogenic calli cultivated on medium I (A), medium II (B), and medium III (C). (D) Cotyledonary-shaped embryo, stages of somatic embryos by light microscope including globular (E), heart-shaped (F), torpedo-shaped (G), and cotyledonary (H,I). (J, K) Germinated embryo with elongated radicle. (L) Differentiated plantlets after 3 weeks on hormone-free (HF) medium. (M, N) Differentiated plantlets with rootlet formation after 5 weeks on HF medium. (O) Umbels of white flower formation after 6 weeks on HF medium. (P, Q) Fruit formation after 8 weeks on HF medium