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Fig. 1 | BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine

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From: Comparison of pharmacological properties and phytochemical constituents of in vitro propagated and naturally occurring liverwort Lunularia cruciata

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In vitro growth of L. cruciata. a. gemmae placed on MS media b-c. Germinating gemmae after 16–17 days d-f. Thallus and rhizoids developed from gemmae g-i. Well developed thalli after repeated sub culturing j-l. Control of excessive growth of rhizoids by alternating hormone ratio and growth of dichotomously branched thalli. m-u Growth and maturation of thalli (continuation)

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