Techniques in Plant Biotechnology by S. atta, P.G. Patil, K.R. Soren, Alok Das
This course involves teaching sessions that may be attended by both Undergraduate and Postgraduate students. Recent advances in techniques for gene discovery and analysis have revolutionised the options available for the investigation of plant development, responses to disease and abiotic stresses and to engineer plants with new properties.
This course will provide an opportunity for students to learn and try out key new methods for plant genomics and biotechnology.This will include techniques for transcript profiling using micro arrays and quantitative PCR, the use of large insert DNA libraries and genetic.
Data for positional cloning, metabolic and Proterozoic including protein modelling, in situ localisation of mRNA and proteins, new methods for plant transformation and a range of bioinformatics tools and applications that underpin the various techniques.
The bioinformatics component will also teach students how to use key genomics databases and resources.
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