NDM | New Dogashima Basic Salts

Item number: MD221

Category: New Dogashima


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The New Dogashima Medium (NDM) was developed for micropropagation of orchids like Phalaenopsis species (Tokuhara and Mii, 1993). The authors reported enhanced growth of protocorm like bodies (PLB) and higher survival rates of Phalaenopsis plants with NDM compared to Murashige and Skoog medium.

This formulation only contains macro- and microelements. Vitamins and other organic substances must be added separately after autoclaving.


Morel, G. and Wetmore, R. H. (1951). Fern Callus Tissue Culture. American Journal of Botany, 38(2):141
Tokuhara, K & M Mii. 1993. Micropropagation of Phalaenopsis and Doritaenopsis by culturing shoot tips of flower stalk buds. Plant Cell Rep, 13:7-11

Media components: macro elements micro elements
Release class: Release class 0
GHS-Pictograms: 07
Dosage: 1.858 g/l
GHS signal word: Warning
Hazard Statements: H315-H319-H335
Hazard statements written: Causes skin irritation. Causes serious eye irritation. May cause respiratory irritation.
Precautionary Statements: P261-P273-P302+P352-P305+P351
Precautionary statements written: Avoid breathing dust. Avoid release to the environment. IF ON SKIN: Wash with plenty of water. IF IN EYES: Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes.
Storage Temperature: 15 - 25 °C
Aussehen: Pulver
Aggregatzustand: fest
Lagerung: 2 - 8 °C


Ammoniumnitrat NH4NO3 480,000 mg/l
Calciumnitrat Ca(NO3)2 326,389 mg/l
Kaliumdihydrogenphosphat KH2PO4 550,000 mg/l
Kaliumchlorid KCl 150,000 mg/l
Kaliumnitrat KNO3 200,000 mg/l
Magnesiumsulfat MgSO4 122,500 mg/l
Kupfer(II)Sulfat Pentahydrat CuSO4· 5 H2O 0,025 mg/l
Cobalt(II)Chlorid Hexahydrat CoCl2· 6 H2O 0,025 mg/l
Eisenchelat FeNaEDTA 21,000 mg/l
Borsäure H3BO3 0,500 mg/l
Mangan(II)Sulfat Monohydrat MnSO4 · H2O 3,000 mg/l
Natriummolybdat Dihydrat Na2MoO4· 2 H2O 0,025 mg/l
Zinksulfat Heptahydrat ZnSO4· 7 H2O 0,500 mg/l

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