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PLANT AND ANIMAL TISSUE CULTURE By Dr. SEEMA J PATEL
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Plant tissue culture is commonly used to describe the in-vitro and aseptic growth of any plant part on a nutrient medium. This technology is based on three fundamental objectives, 1) The plant part... More > or explants must be isolated from the rest of plant body, 2) The explants must be maintained in controlled physically (environmental) and chemically designed (nutrient medium) conditions. 3) Asepsis must be maintained It is required for asepsis to maintain a high degree of cleanliness in the laboratory, whether the techniques are being used for simple propagation, as a method to study genetic, metabolic or development charges in a model system, or for the creation of new plant variations via genetic engineering. There are a number of basic facilities and a minimum level of organization that should be available to the people working in the laboratory. The basic facility comprises of the following.< Less
General Techniques of Plant Tissue Culture By Gaurav Kumar Sharma, Snehlata Jagetiya, Riddhi Dashora
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Gaurav Kumar Sharma,Assistant Professor,Department of Pharmacy,Mewar University, NH – 79, Gangrar, Chittorgarh, Rajasthan-312 901, India.I am a post graduate researcher pursuing PhD and... More > currently working as Assistant Professor (Pharmaceutics) with Department of Pharmacy, Mewar University.I have post graduation in Pharmaceutics from Rajasthan University of Health Sciences, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India. My thesis title was "Formulation and evaluation of poly herbal preparation against Hepatotoxicity". During my post graduate studies, I was also involved in Formulation and development of “Cefixime (200 mg) & Ofloxacin (200 mg) Dispersible tablet”.I am resourcefully associated with Research & Development (Formulation & Development, Herbal Preparations, Publications, IPR), Academics, Counselling (Medical, Academic, Career counselling) and Pharmaceutical Sales and Marketing.< Less
زراعة الخلايا والأنسجة النباتية By Dr. Rashid Ismael Hag Ibrahim
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يحتوي هذا الكتاب علي محاضرات... More > مقرر زراعة الخلية والأنسجة النباتية. والغرض من هذا الكتاب هو توفير المادة العلمية علي الوسائط الإلكترونية لما لها من ميزات كسهولة الحمل وتوفرها بالألوان مما يسهل فهمها كما يمكن للمتلقي إضافة مذكراته عليها خاصة مع توفر إمكانية الكتابة علي شاشات الوسائط المتعددة. أتمني أن يجد المتلقي في هذا الكتاب كل ما ينشده من فوائد، مع تمنياتي بالتوفيق.< Less
The Future of Giant Miscanthus Propagation By Bryan Holloman
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Giant Miscanthus (Miscanthus x giganteus) is a perennial C4 grass from the grass family Poaceae, which is efficient in converting sunlight to biomass with limited water availability and in climates... More > with high temperatures. It has gained much attention as feedstock for cellulosic ethanol due to its ability to grow on marginal land and being classified as non-invasive grass species. Since Miscanthus is propagated by rhizomes it is hard to meet the growing demand from farmers. A successful micropropagation protocol will help speed up regeneration cycle, reduce cost, produce high volume, being less cumbersome, and will require less space.< Less
The Future of Giant Miscanthus Propagation By Bryan Holloman
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Giant Miscanthus (Miscanthus x giganteus) is a perennial C4 grass from the grass family Poaceae, which is efficient in converting sunlight to biomass with limited water availability and in climates... More > with high temperatures. It has gained much attention as feedstock for cellulosic ethanol due to its ability to grow on marginal land and being classified as non-invasive grass species. Since Miscanthus is propagated by rhizomes it is hard to meet the growing demand from farmers. A successful micropropagation protocol will help speed up regeneration cycle, reduce cost, produce high volume, being less cumbersome, and will require less space.< Less
Minnesota Botany an Ecological Approach By James Schultz
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300 pages (8 1/2x11), over 1200 beautiful color photographs, charts, graphs and specialized graphics. Botany is perfect for students, naturalists, horticulturalists, ecologist and for those who just... More > want to know how plants work and fit into the scheme of life on earth. Written by a naturalist/teacher of 32 years, the book covers: Plant ecology, taxonomy, cells and tissues, anatomy, reproduction, physiology, endangered and exotic species, conservation, diseases and pests, plant and culture lists, how to use native plants in landscaping and for wildlife. Beautiful color photographs and graphics help explain all the concepts in a way that is easy for the student/naturalist to understand. The book would be a great asset to classes in botany, biology, ecology, wildlife biology, horticulture, landscaping, environmental science and more. It is age appropriate for middle school up through college. Covers many of the states grad standards.< Less
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Laboratory Manual Book for Medical Biotechnology By Ali H Altimimi
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The wide concept of"biotechnology" encompasses a wide range of procedures for modifying living organisms according to human purposes, going back to domestication of animals, cultivation of... More > the plants, and "improvements" to these through breeding programs that employ artificial selection and hybridization. Modern usage also includes genetic engineering ,cell and tissue culture technologies. The American Chemical Society defines biotechnology as the application of biological organisms, systems, or processes by various industries to learning about the science of life and organisms. Eur.Fed. of Biot. stated that biotechnology is the integration of natural science and organisms, cells, parts thereof, and molecular analogues for products and services.Biotechnology also writes on the pure biological sciences (animal cell culture, biochemistry, cell biology, embryology, genetics, microbiology, and molecular biology). In many instances, it is also dependent on knowledge and methods from outside the sphere of biology.< Less