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Callus growth was investigated in Citrus grandis cultured with exogenous mevalonic acid feeding at 0. 05, 0. 08, 0. 38, 0. 77, 1. 15, and 1. 54 mgM. The growth was proportional to the concentrations of precursors used, implying that higher precursors concentrations influenced more growth in C. grandis callus culture. The precursor feeding effects on limonene accumulation of C. grandis callus cultures were similar for Mevalonic acid and linalool. MVA and linalool were first detected as early as week four a nd, with MVA and linalool, respectively, up to 0. 0030 and 0. 0032 mg/g after the seventh week of incubation.
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