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Experiments Plant Tissue Cultre 3ed ePub download

by Dodds/Roberts

  • Author: Dodds/Roberts
  • ISBN: 0521478928
  • ISBN13: 978-0521478922
  • ePub: 1719 kb | FB2: 1517 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Science & Mathematics
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 3 edition (January 27, 1995)
  • Pages: 276
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Experiments Plant Tissue Cultre 3ed ePub download

The organization has been improved, and new illustrations as well as experiments on such topics as potato callus formation and embryo culture have been added.

Plant tissue culture helps in providing a basic understanding of physical and chemical requirements of cell, tissue . J H Harrison, Foreword, (Eds. J H Dodds and L W Roberts), Experiment in Plant Tissue Culture, Cambridge University Press, . ii, 1982.

Plant tissue culture helps in providing a basic understanding of physical and chemical requirements of cell, tissue, organ culture, their growth and development. Establishment of cell, tissue and organ culture and regeneration of plantlets under in vitro conditions has opened up new avenues in the area of plant biotechnology. Micropropagation in vitro tissue culture genetic engineering. R J Gautheret, Plant tissue culture: A history, Bot. Mag. Tokyo, Vol. 96, p. 93–410, 1983. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

Tissue culture as a plant production system for horticultural crops: Conference on Tissue Culture as a Plant Production System for .

Tissue culture as a plant production system for horticultural crops: Conference on Tissue Culture as a Plant Production System for Horticultural Crops, Beltsville, MD, October 20–23, 1985. 33 MB·829 Downloads·New! In 1980, a conference on tissue culture of fruit crops was held at Beltsville to summarize. Plant Propagation by Tissue Culture.

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John H. Dodds, Lorin W. Roberts, John Heslop-Harrison. There are discussions of aseptic techniques, and nutritional components of media

Topics include: a plant tissue culture laboratory, aseptic techniques, nutritional components of media, callus induction, organ formation, xylem cell differentiation, root cultures, cell suspensions, micropropagation, embryogenesis, isolation and fusion of protoplasts, haploid cultures, storage of plant genetic resources, secondary metabolite production, and quantification of procedures.

Cultures maintained on MS medium supplemented with 3 mg/L BA, in combination with . mg/L IBA . Quantitative Determination of Nitidine from Roots and Plant Tissue Culture Extracts of Toddalia asiatica (Linn. Chinthala Praveena, Ciddi Veeresham. mg/L IBA recorded the highest shoot induction (100%), mean shoot length (. 8 cm) and mean number of nodes per explant (. ). This, however, did not differ significantly from cultures maintained on 2 or . mg/L BA and . mg/L IBA supplemented MS medium. Regenerated shoots were transferred onto different media for root induction.

Print Book & E-Book. ISBN 9780124159204, 9780124159853.

10 160 Plant Tissue Culture Experiment 2: Effects of Hormone Balance on Explant Growth and Morphogenesis Background Plant hormones, like animal hormones, are relatively small molecules that are effective at low tissue concentrations. The two types of plant hormones used in this experiment are cytokinins and auxins.

In this third edition the authors have written a guide to the essentials of plant tissue culture. The book takes the reader through a graded series of experimental protocols and provides an introductory review of each topic. There are discussions of aseptic techniques, and nutritional components of media. Subsequent chapters cover such topics as callus formation, organogenesis, xylem cell differentiation, root cultures, cell suspensions, micropropagation by buds, somatic embryogenesis, protoplast culture and fusion, secondary metabolite production, and quantitation of procedures. A glossary, commercial sources of supplies, and the formulations of culture media are also included. This new edition has been completely revised and updated. The organization has been improved, and new illustrations have been added, together with new experiments on such topics as potato callus formation, and embryo culture. This book will be useful to graduate students and professionals in plant science, forestry, agronomy, and horticulture.