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    LOVELY SUBJECT CODE: BTC 012 PROFESSIONAL CONCEPT OF BIOTECHNOLOGY UNIVERSITY TERM PAPER ON CULTURE MEDIA IN PLANT TISSUE CULTURE SUBMITTED...
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  • Suagrcane
    Laboratory of Sugar Crops Research Program, National Agricultural Research Centre, Islamabad, Pakistan. Materials and Methods Typical infected beet root were collected and placed in a moist chamber at 25ºC. Besides this the collar portion of the infected plants were cut in 3-5 mm thick tissue sections...
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  • Sugar Cane Ti
    and Prof V.K. Saxena, Head, Dept of Plant Breeding, PAU, for his kind help in providing the germplasm of Sugarcane. I feel deep gratitude to Dr I.D. Arya, Genetics and Tree Propagation Division, Forest Research Institute, Dehradun, for giving me first hand learning of practical Plant Tissue Culture...
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  • tissue culture
    frequency of seeds under natural conditions. This herb being so medicinally important needs conservation and propagation both in vivo and in vitro. Plant tissue culture is a useful tool for the conservation and rapid propagation of rare and endangered medicinal plants (Saxena et al. 1997; Castillo and...
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  • Noyhin
    are not taken to replant it. To avoid further depletion of this species, there is a need to domesticate and cultivate it Therefore, suitable technique for mass propagation has to be developed. Plant tissue culture technology may help to conserve rare and endangered medicinal plants. Many important...
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  • Ssip
    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, DNA extraction and tried to identify the best variety of rice samples by conducting a sensory test which is a survey type of...
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  • Biology
    1.0 Objectives To increase production of 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...
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  • Comparative Study on Regeneration Potentiality of Aromatic Indica Rice (Oryza Sativa L.) of Bangladesh
    tissue culture is a practice used to propagate plants under sterile conditions, often to produce clones of a plant. Callus formation can be induced by culture on media containing intermediate levels of an auxin and a cytokinin. Calli are made up of a mass of undifferentiated cells, which are usually...
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  • Plant Tissue Culture Techniques
    has taught botany since 1978 and supervised the General Biology Laboratories since 1970. Research interests in physiological and forest ecology have culminated in several publications. Other interests include science education methods. Reprinted from: Mineo, L. 1990. Plant tissue culture...
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  • Agriculture Biotechnology
    cells, each of which carries the rDNA molecule or DNA clone. 6. This culture is then mixed with the target plant tissue. Some of the target plant cells incorporate the desired gene into their own DNA. 7. The tissue is then regenerated using tissue culture techniques. Molecular Markers: Traditionally...
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  • In Vitro Clonal Propagation of Acacia Nilotica (L.) - a Nitrogen Fixing Tree
    present paper presents for a quick, reliable and reproducible protocol for in vitro clonal propagation large scale clonal production of A. nilotica without any seasonal influences. However, few reports are also available on regeneration of this plant species, but they are not much efficient and...
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  • Genetically Modified Foods
    , higher yields, more nutritionally dense foods, plants less susceptible diseases, and more. These claims have been proven false through independent research. Unfortunately, this information does not receive exposure due to political alliances in favor of this “GM culture”. There is also little done...
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  • Biotech
    Animal Biotechnology What 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...
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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...
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  • In Vitro Regeneration of Jatropha Curcas
    seeds of Jatropha curcas is the potential source of biodiesel. Therefore it is necessary to find out the varieties of Jatropha which contain maximum oil percentage. Tissue culture offers a reliable method to produce quality plants in large scale. Present paper highlights in vitro regeneration protocol...
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  • Research Paper Fusarium Wilt on Abaca
    purify. The cultures were incubated for 2 days and stored in the refrigerator for future use. Procurement and Preparation of Test Plants Four weeks old tissue cultured abaca plantlets were procured from National Abaca Research Center (NARC). They were maintained in the vicinity of the Department...
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  • Plant Hormone
    on a I got this paper from school sucks . com plant cutting. Before the discovery of Cytokinins, Auxin was all that was thought to be necessary to start cell division in plants. Research showed that Auxin in its pure form could not start cell division alone. It was then notice that the addition of...
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  • Unit 2
    cotyledons don’t touch the agar 6. Cover with cling film, place in a sunny windowsill. 7. Observe over 10 days In a plant: Most plant cells remain totipotent throughout the life of the plant. Totipotency of plant cells allows plants to be reproduced using plant tissue culture. Small pieces of...
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  • biology
    pectin’s (glue that holds Microfibrils together) A turgid cell is one that is completely full with its cell contents pressing out on the cell wall. If it loses its turgidity, the plant wilts. Parenchyma: type of plant tissue found throughout the plant. Fill space in the stem...
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  • Influence of Rhizobium on the Growth and Yield of Rice
    introduced into the seedling rhizosphere using a pipette tip inserted 1 cm below the vermiculite surface in each tube in order to avoid contamination of the above-ground rice tissues. Each inoculated tube was covered with transparent tissue culture paper (12 cm by 12 cm) and incubated in a growth chamber...
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