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Introduction to in Vitro Propagation (Avery"s Plant Tissue Culture Series)

Donald Wetherell

Introduction to in Vitro Propagation (Avery"s Plant Tissue Culture Series)

by Donald Wetherell

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Published by Avery Publishing Group .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Life Sciences - Biology - General,
  • Science,
  • Horticulture (Specific Aspects)

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages87
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9465033M
    ISBN 100895291614
    ISBN 109780895291615
    OCLC/WorldCa7935834

    From the reviews: "This book describes very well recent developments in liquid culture system for in vitro plant propagation. It will be an excellent source of information to the researchers for refining methodologies on large-scale plant propagation and secondary metabolite production. WETHERELL D.F Introduction to In Vitro Propagation. Avery Publishing Group, Inc., Wayne, New Jersey. WHITE P.R. Results of preliminary experiments on the culturing of isolated stem tips of Stellaria media.

    Plant tissue culture The growth or maintenance of plant cells, tissues, organs or whole plants in vitro Outline Introduction MicropropagationIn vitro Clonal propagation of plants from shoot tips or nodal explants, usually with an accelerated proliferation of shoots during Size: 1MB.   An efficient micro propagation and in vitro conservation method via direct and indirect organogenesis from seed and leaf explants, respectively, was established in this study. The seed of both Ramonda species were collected from different populations in Kosovo, and were germinated in nutrient media JG-B without any by: 7.

    A systematic scientific and technical literature review was compiled with the main themes of “Micro propagation”, “in vitro vegetables”, “vegetable production under in vitro conditions”, “applications of micro propagation in agriculture”, and “micro propagation for mass production of vegetables”. Literature found coherent. High-efficiency micropropagation, with relatively low labour costs, has been demonstrated in this unique book detailing liquid media systems for plant tissue culture. World authorities (e.g. von Arnold, Curtis, Takayama, Ziv) contribute seminal papers together with papers from researchers.


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Introduction to in Vitro Propagation (Avery"s Plant Tissue Culture Series) by Donald Wetherell Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wetherell, D.F. Introduction to in vitro propagation. Wayne, N.J.: Avery, (OCoLC) Document Type. Thirty years ago, in vitro propagation was a new technique for producing plants, and Lydiane Kyte’s Plants from Test Tubes became the standard work on the topic.

The new fourth edition has been thoroughly revised and updated to reflect the many advances in science and technology, including the five accepted sequential stages of micropropagation/5(42).

Plant Tissue Culture Terminology AdventitiousDeveloping from unusual points of origin, such as shoot or root tissues, from callus or embryos, from sources other than zygotes.

Agara polysaccharide powder derived from algae used to gel a medium. Agar is generally used at a concentration of g/liter.

Micropropagation of sugarcane is important to obtain pathogen-free plants, genetically homogeneous and invigorate. The micropropagation procedure is divided into stages for the sake of better understanding. Micropropagation for large-scale sugarcane production using a temporary immersion system (TIS) is described.

In addition, the aim of this chapter is to report, from the Author: Jericó J. Bello-Bello, Maurilio Mendoza-Mexicano, Juan A. Pérez Sato. The prodigious advantages of in vitro aseptic technique of clonal propagation (i.e. micropropagation) are that an enormous number of diseasefree true to type plantlets can be produced within Author: Arie Altman.

Micropropagation is an advanced vegetative propagation technology for producing a large number of genetically superior and pathogen-free transplants in a limited time and space. Recent studies2 -4 revealed that most chlorophyllous plants in vitro have the ability to grow photoautotrophically, and that the low CO 2 concentration in the air-tight.

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Isbn: ISBN; What Is Plant In Vitro Propagation Biology Essay Introduction. India has a rich biological diversity due to its varied climatic, altitudinal variations and ecological habitats. There have been increasing rates of threats of depletion to these biological resources due to.

Introduction to in Vitro Propagation (Avery's Plant Tissue Culture Series) [Wetherell, Donald] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Introduction to in Vitro Propagation (Avery's Plant Tissue Culture Series)Author: Donald Wetherell. Introduction and techniques; Introductory history; Laboratory organisation; Media; Aseptic manipulation; Basic aspects; Cell culture; Cellular totipotency; Somatic embryogenesis; Applications to plant breeding; Haploid prodution; Triploid production; In vitro pollination and fertilization; Zygotic embryo culture; Somatic hybridisation and cybridisation; Genetic /5(14).

Get this from a library. Plants from test tubes: an introduction to micropropagation. [Lydiane Kyte;] -- Thirty years ago, in vitro propagation was a new technique for producting plants.

To help growers and propagators understand the process, Lydiane Kyte, who developed a plant propagation program for a. Asexual Propagation: Division • Propagation by division is the simplest form of propagation. • Plants with more than one rooted crown may be divided and the crowns planted separately.

• If the stems are not joined, gently pull the plants apart. If the crowns are united by horizontal stems, cut the stems and roots with a sharp. In vitro PLANT PROPAGATION LABORATORY Technical capacity • 22 laminar flow work benches • 4 independent dissection rooms • 5 growth rooms (each capacity 1m plant/annum) • Separate Quarantine area and growth room for imported plants (DAFF authorised) Human Resources Our Laboratory Manager has a Master’s degree and over 20 years’ experience in.

Olive Propagation Manual. Authors: Andrea Fabbri, Giorgio Bartolini, Maurizio Lambardi and Stanley George Kailis. This practical manual is a guide to olive propagation, providing extended information on seed germination, rooting of cuttings, grafting and micropropagation.

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This book is essential reading for all those in commercial micropropagation labs, as well as researchers worldwide who are keen to improve propagation techniques and lower economic costs of production.

Undergraduate and postgraduate students in the applied plant sciences and horticulture will find the book an enlightened treatise. Plant Tissue Culture, Third Edition builds on the classroom tested, audience proven manual that has guided users through successful plant culturing ciens mediated transformation, infusion technology, the latest information on media components and preparation, and regeneration and morphogenesis along with new exercises and diagrams provide current.

The book introduces several new and exciting areas to researchers who are unfamiliar with plant biotechnology and also serves as a review of ongoing research and future directions for scholars. The book highlights numerous methods for in vitro propagation and utilization of techniques in raising transgenics to help readers reproduce the.

Editorial Reviews. From the reviews: "This book describes very well recent developments in liquid culture system for in vitro plant propagation. It will be an excellent source of information to the researchers for refining methodologies on large-scale Price: $ In vitro propagation, Medicinal plant, Axillarybuds.

_____ INTRODUCTION Medicinal plants are the source of important therapeutic aid for alleviating human ailments [1]. Artemisia annua L. (sweet wormwood) is an important medicinal herb belongs to the family Asteraceae (Compositae), contains an anti Cited by: 2. Micropropagation can be used for large-scale multiplication of essential oil producing plants thus avoiding an overexploitation of natural resources.

This work aims to develop a reliable protocol for the in vitro propagation of Z. tenuior, and to compare the antioxidant activity between in vitro propagated and wild by: Tissue culture involves the in vitro maintenance and propagation of cells in optimal conditions.

Culturing animal cells, tissue or organs in a controlled artificial environment is called animal tissue culture. The importance of animal tissue culture was initially realized during the development of the polio vaccine using primary monkey kidney cells (the polio vaccine was the first commercial.Papers from the 1st International Symposium on 'Liquid Systems for In Vitro Mass Propagation of Plants', held in Ås, Norway, May/June ISBN (e-book) (e-book).