• Term Paper
    012 PROFESSIONAL CONCEPT OF BIOTECHNOLOGY UNIVERSITY TERM PAPER ON CULTURE MEDIA IN PLANT TISSUE CULTURE SUBMITTED BY:- SUBMITTED TO:- Neha Thakur Mr. Harsh Class:- ...
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  • Ssip
    Rice Research Institute (Phil Rice). PhilRice is a government corporation concerned with agricultural research. The agency provided three work stations for the students. These were Rice Chemistry and Food Science, Molecular Genetics and Tissue Culture Lab. The student-interns worked on plant tissue culture...
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  • Suagrcane
    Zubair1, Sheikh Muhammad Iqbal2 and Sagheer Ahmad1 Sugar Crops Research Program, Crop Sciences Institute, National Agricultural Research Centre, Islamabad, Pakistan. 2 Pulses Research Program, Crop Sciences Institute, National Agricultural Research Centre, Islamabad, Pakistan. *Corresponding Author: iqbalsh65@hotmail...
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  • tissue culture
    Pradhan,08-11-2013 ABSTRACT The present study describes a reliable method for callus induction of Hybanthus ennaspermus,an important medicinal plant plant. Calli were in vitro initiated from leaves segments using Murashige and Skog (1962) basal media. The effect of NAA (_-naphthalene acetic acid) and...
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  • biotechnology
    ROLE OF PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY IN HORTICULTURAL CROPS All artificial manipulation made on a plant, or only on a part of a plant, could refer to "plant biotechnology". Here, the numerous plant biotechnology applications will be divided into two groups. The first group is related to tissue culture and...
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  • Noyhin
    usage of this plant as a traditional herb no information on its chemical constituents has been documented. However, it was reported that plants from the same genus (Myrsinaceae) are being used to treat respiratory tract infections and menstrual disorders (Huang et al., 2000). This plant is mostly obtained...
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  • Biology
    terpenes by differentiated shoot culture of Mentha asiatica by using Agrobacterium tumefaciens T37. 1.1 Problem statement Secondary plant metabolism contains products that aid in the growth and development of plants. However, they are not required for the plant to survive. Secondary metabolism...
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  • Comparative Study on Regeneration Potentiality of Aromatic Indica Rice (Oryza Sativa L.) of Bangladesh
    M. Ashrafuzzaman et al / Research Journal of Biology (2012), Vol. 02, Issue 03, pp. 98-103 ISSN 2049-1727 Research Paper Comparative Study on Regeneration Potentiality of Aromatic Indica Rice (Oryza sativa L.) of Bangaldesh Golam Gaus Mohiuddin Chowdhury1, M. Ashrafuzzaman*1, F. Raihan2 and...
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  • Agriculture Biotechnology
    TO BIOTECHNOLOGY Assignment: AGRICULTURE BIOTECHNOLOGY ` ABSTRACT The following paper is an attempt to understand the idea of agriculture biotechnology, its evolution, and how it affects us. This research paper has a brief overview of various technologies involved in the production of Genetically...
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  • Tissue Culture Technique for Callus Induction
    Sarhad J. Agric. Vol. 23, No. 1, 2007 * Department of Plant Breeding and Genetics, NWFP Agricultural University, Peshawar – Pakistan. ** Agricultural Biotechnology Institute, National Agricultural Research Center, Islamabad – Pakistan. TISSUE CULTURE TECHNIQUES FOR CALLUS INDUCTION IN RICE Hidayat Ullah*...
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  • Plant Tissue Culture Techniques
    Plant Tissue Culture 151 Chapter 9 Plant Tissue Culture Techniques Lorraine Mineo Department of Biology Lafayette College Easton, Pennsylvania 18042 Lorraine Buzas Mineo (B.S., Muhlenberg College; M.A., Duke University) is a lecturer in the Department of Biology, Lafayette College, and has...
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  • Sugar Cane Ti
    ssue cultureTISSUE CULTURE STUDIES OF SUGARCANE A DISSERTATION By Mr. Rupinder Singh Roll No. 3010118 SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT FOR THE AWARD OF THE DEGREE OF MASTERS OF SCIENCE IN BIOTECHNOLOGY Department of Biotechnology and Environmental Sciences Thapar...
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  • Genetically Modified Foods
    28, 2013 Bio 101: Opinion Paper #2 A Brief Summary of Genetically Modified Foods What does it mean when something is GM (Genetically Modified)? It is a plant or food that’s genetic DNA coding has been manipulated. GM industries claim this process produces stronger plants, higher yields, more nutritionally...
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  • In Vitro Clonal Propagation of Acacia Nilotica (L.) - a Nitrogen Fixing Tree
    subcontinent and Australia. This plant has been used as a source of pulpwood, timber, fodder and gum. The whole parts of the plant used for medicinal purposes like barks act as astringent which found to be useful in the treatment of dysentery, diarrhea, leprosy and smallpox. This plant also shows antioxidant activity...
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  • Plant Hormone
    is that plants also require hormones to grow and develop. This is not my work. The average person tends to think that plants just magically grow without anything regulating them. In reality, there is a complex series of hormones that regulate all of the growth and seed development in plants. That is...
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  • In Vitro Regeneration of Jatropha Curcas
    REGENERATION OF JATROPHA CURCAS Pankaj Bhargava, S.K. Tiwari, Amit Pandey, M.P. Goswami and Shweta Mishra Forest Genetics, Plant Propagation and Biotechnology Division, State Forest Research Institute, Polipathar, Jabalpur E-mail- drsktiwari@rediffmail.com ABSTRACT Biofuels are renewable and environmentally...
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  • Biotech
    is Cell and Tissue Culture? What is Cell Culture Used For? What’s the Background? • Tissue culture had its origins at the beginning of the 20th century with the work of Gottleib Haberlandt (plants) and Alexis Carrel (animals) Haberlandt Carrel Terminology Organ Culture • A three dimensional...
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  • Influence of Rhizobium on the Growth and Yield of Rice
    of leguminous plants, also form natural endophytic associations with roots of important cereal plants. Despite its widespread occurrence, much remains unknown about colonization of cereals by rhizobia. We examined the infection, dissemination, and colonization of healthy rice plant tissues by four species...
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  • Unit 2
    E.g. Moulds, yeast, mushrooms • multi-cellular eukaryotes • heterotrophic (plants and animals) and saptrophic (absorb food from the dead) Plantae E.g. Mosses, Ferns, flowering plants • multi-cellular eukaryotes • cells surrounded by cellulose cell wall • produce multi-cellular...
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  • biology
    E.g. Moulds, yeast, mushrooms multi-cellular eukaryotes heterotrophic (plants and animals) and saptrophic (absorb food from the dead) Plantae E.g. Mosses, Ferns, flowering plants multi-cellular eukaryotes cells surrounded by cellulose cell wall produce multi-cellular...
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