2 edition of Recent advances in plant tissue culture found in the catalog.
Recent advances in plant tissue culture
Edwin B. Herman
|Statement||by Edwin B. Herman. 2, Secondary metabolite production, 1988-1993.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||116|
Tissue culture, propagation and bioreactor technology of medicinal plants 4. Phytochemical research on medicinal plants 5. Herbal medicines and plant-derived agents in cancer prevention and therapy 6. Herbal medicines and plant-derived agents in metabolic syndrome management 7. There have been rapid advances in the field of plant biotechnology in recent years, increasing the potential for medical application. Covering the latest advances in the use of plants to produce medicinal drugs and vaccines, this volume examines topics including plant tissue culture, secondary metabolite production, metabolomics and metabolic engineering, bioinformatics, molecular farming and.
title = "Medicinal plants - recent advances in research and development", abstract = "Since ancient times, plants have been used as a prime natural source of alternative Author: Dinesh Chandra Agrawal, Hsin Sheng Tsay, Lie Fen Shyur, Yang Chang Wu, Sheng Yang Wang. Click on a title to look inside that book (if available): Encyclopedia of Applied Plant Sciences (). Plant tissue culture in biotechnology: recent advances in transformation through somatic embryogenesis. Biotechnol. Acta 6, – Novel legume-specific non-tissue culture systems are already being developed in a number of species. The recalcitrance of many legumes to tissue culture initiation and plant regeneration has driven researchers to develop transformation systems that target apical and axillary meristems in the embryonic axis as sources of totipotent target cells.
Published six times a year, British Wildlife bridges the gap between popular writing and scientific literature through a combination of long-form articles, regular columns and reports, book reviews and letters. Animal Cell Culture. 1. INTRODUCTION. Tissue Culture is a general idiom used for the removal of cells, tissues, or organs from an animal and their next. placement into an artificial environment conductive to growth. Tissue culture is capable of clear as the growth of . part of the plant. Alfaalfa plant have lack a single genotype independent tissue culture protocol. Therefore an efficient marker free in-planta transformation system was established by J.T. WEEKS & al. . In this method the young seedlings were cut follow by coldFile Size: KB.
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He executed more than 20 externally funded research projects funded by various national and international organizations such as Punjab State Government, ICAR, DBT, DAC NATP, FAO/IAEA, and The Rockefeller Brand: Springer International Publishing.