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by William Vidaver,Danielle J. Donnelly

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William Vidaver,Danielle J. Donnelly
Gardening & Landscape Design
Dioscorides Press (October 1, 1988)
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Publisher: Advances in plant sciences series. Plant cell and tissue culture has served as methodology of physiology and biochemistry in a quest to increase our knowledge of cell biology for half a century. Today, tissue culture has largely been integrated in biotechnology and permits the regeneration of plants as clones and as transgenics. Callus and cell suspension cultures, the pride of laboratories for years, are being phased out; cell phenomena are being studied in planta by employing molecular probes. Also, cells cultured in vitro carry a factor of uncertainty in somaclonal variation.

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ISBN13: 9780931146121. Release Date: October 1988.

New Biological Books. Glossary of Plant Tissue Culture. Danielle J. Donnelly, William E. Vidaver. Applications of Plant Cell and Tissue Culture. Proceedings of a Symposium Held in Kyoto, Japan, October 20-22, 1987. Somatic Cell Genetics of Woody Plants. Proceedings of the IUFRO Working Party S. 4-07 Somatic Cell Genetics, Held in Grosshansdorf, Germany, August 10-13, 1987.

Danielle J. Donnelly. Advances in plant sciences series ;, v. 3. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Glossary of plant tissue culture from your list? Glossary of plant tissue culture. by Danielle J. Published 1988 by Dioscorides Press in Portland, Or. Written in English. Dictionaries, Plant tissue culture. Classifications.

A glossary of terms, a table of media formulations, and a list of commercial sources of supplies are also included.

The Journal of Agricultural Science. Donnelly & W. E. London: Belhaven Press.

In: Thorpe A (ed) Frontiers of plant tissue culture. Donnelly DJ, Vidaver WE (1988) Somaclonal variation. International Association for Plant Tissue Culture, CalgaryGoogle Scholar. 5. Kozai T, Ting KC, Aitken-Christie J (1991) Considerations for automation of micropropagation systems. Trans ASAE 35:503–517Google Scholar. 6. In: Dudley TR (ed) Advances in plant science series, vol 3, Glossary of plant tissue culture. Dioscorides Press, Portland, OregonGoogle Scholar.

She works closely with experts in potato technology both in industry and in government. Recent contributions have highlighted new technologies for potato improvement, based on somatic variation. Plant Science: Principles and practical aspects of plant propagation are examined. The course consists of two parts.

Designed to aid biotechnologists, botanists, agricultural scientists and students of the life sciences, this reference manual provides an alphabetical listing and detailed explanations of 1500 terms encountered in research literature on plant tissue culture.