Experiments in Plant Tissue Culture ePub download
by John H. Dodds
- ISBN: 0521299659
- ISBN13: 978-0521299657
- ePub: 1246 kb | FB2: 1422 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Biological Sciences
- Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (February 26, 1982)
- Pages: 202
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 136
- Format: lrf lrf lit txt
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John H. Dodds, Lorin W. Roberts, John Heslop-Harrison. There are discussions of aseptic techniques, and nutritional components of media
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Tissue culture and me. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 19 years ago. This book answered all of my questions regarding cultivating plants from tissue samples. The photographs and illustrations are fabulous. Being a botany major I seek out books that teach me new and improved techniques when it comes to plants. This book will remain in my personal library forever.
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Textbook Handbook, Manual. By: John H Dodds, Lorin W Roberts and J Heslop-Harrison. Fully revised and updated primer for teaching the essentials of plant tissue culture. 256 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs. Publisher: Cambridge University Press. Part I. Background Information: 1. Culture of plant cells, tissues, and organs; 2. Laboratory facilities; 3. Aseptic techniques; 4. Media composition and preparation; Part II. Experimental: Callus and Callus-Derived Systems: 5. Initiation and maintenance of callus; 6. Organogenesis; 7. Cell suspensions; 8. Somatic embryogenesis; Part III. Dodds, Lorin Watson Roberts
Experiments in plant tissue culture. Dodds, Lorin Watson Roberts. The effect of phosphate, nitrogen and sucrose on the production of phenolics and solasodine in callus cultures of solanum laciniatum. Stephen F. Chandler, John H. Dodds.
1 John H. Dodds The culture offragmen ts of plant tissue is not a particularly new science, in fact as long ago as 1893 Rechinger (1893) . Tissue Culture of Trees. Dodds The culture offragmen ts of plant tissue is not a particularly new science, in fact as long ago as 1893 Rechinger (1893) described the formation of callus on isolated fragments of stems and roots. The culture of plant tissues in vitro on a nutrient medium was performed by Haberlandt.
Plant tissue cultures were obtained from the seeds of five varieties on the basis of petal colour) of Papaver somniferum .
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