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Plant Tissue Culture

Covering all in vitro plant applications

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Abstract

Piper yellow mottle virus (PYMoV) is known to infect black pepper (Piper nigrum) in India and other parts of the world. In the present study, somatic embryogenesis and meristem-tip culture alone and in combination with the antiviral agent ribavirin were attempted to eliminate PYMoV from infected...

Authors
Shina Sasi; Bhat, A. I.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd
Publication
Crop Protection, 2018, 103, pp 39-45
Abstract

To elucidate the mechanism of organic acid metabolism in rootstocks under alkali stress, rootstocks A15 and A17 (V. amurensis cv. Zuoshan1 × SO4), both with strong alkaline resistance, and a control rootstock 1103P (V. berlandieri × V. rupestris) were used as materials. Tissue culture plants were...

Authors
Guo ShuHua; Niu YanJie; Zhai Heng; Han Ning; Du YuanPeng
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd
Publication
Scientia Horticulturae, 2018, 227, pp 255-260
Abstract

It is important to produce roots in vitro for woody plants, such as azaleas. The influence of humic acid (HA) on histological development, antioxidant enzyme changes and endogenous hormone levels was evaluated during adventitious root formation in evergreen azalea microshoots. Explants...

Authors
Elmongy, M. S.; Zhou Hong; Cao Yan; Liu Bing; Xia YiPing
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd
Publication
Scientia Horticulturae, 2018, 227, pp 234-243
CAB ReviewFull Text

Banana and plantain are important fruit crops grown in the tropical and subtropical regions of the world. Millions of resource-poor people depend on them for their livelihood and food security. These fruit crops are destroyed by several viral diseases causing serious economic losses wherever the...

Date
February 2016
Subjects
analytical methods; bananas; certification; detection; geographical distribution; host range; in vitro culture; pathogen elimination; pathogens; plant disease control; plant diseases; plant pathogens; plant viruses; quarantine; recombination; reviews; spread; techniques; tissue culture
Authors
Selvarajan, R.
CAB ReviewFull Text

The developmental pathway leading to plant somatic embryogenesis (SE) is true demonstration of totipotency of plant cells. During this process, somatic cells, under appropriate conditions, divide and differentiate into embryos. This developmental pathway plays an important role as an efficient...

Date
September 2013
Subjects
abscisic acid; ethylene; in vitro culture; in vitro regeneration; plant growth regulators; somatic embryogenesis; somatic embryos; tissue culture
Authors
Rocha, D. I.; Dornelas, M. C.
CAB ReviewFull Text

A mutation is a sudden heritable change in the DNA in a living cell, not caused by genetic segregation or genetic recombination. Mutation breeding is the purposeful application of mutations in plant breeding. Unlike hybridization and selection, mutation breeding has the advantage of improving a...

Date
November 2011
Subjects
cultivars; DNA; in vitro culture; in vitro regeneration; induced mutations; micropropagation; mutagens; mutants; mutational analysis; mutations; progeny; tissue culture; vegetative propagation
Authors
Pathirana, R.
AbstractFull Text

So far there is no information about receiving red beet androgenic embryos by androgenesis. Several factors were tested which affected this process: starch accumulation in microspores, correlation between bud length and microsporogenesis course, induction and regeneration medium composition. Ploidy...

Authors
Górecka, K.; Krzyżanowska, D.; Kowalska, U.; Kiszczak, W.; Podwyszyńska, M.
Publisher
Faculty of Agriculture
Publication
Journal of Central European Agriculture, 2017, 18, 1, pp 185-195

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