Trends In Plant Tissue Culture and Biotechnology

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Publisher Agrobios Publications
ISBN 9788177540895
Author: L K Pareek
Number of Pages 341
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Trends In Plant Tissue Culture and Biotechnology by L K Pareek
Book Summary:

Plant Cell and Tissue Culture has become major tool in the study of an increasing number of fundamental and applied programmes in the Plant sciences. Its increasing use to investigate Cell and Developmental Biology, Biochemistry, Physiology, Genetics and Molecular Biology is providing new knowledge about fundamental characteristic of plants. Furthermore, it has become an integral part of Plant Biotechnology research as scientists in various universities, research institutions and number of private companies pursue the development of improved plants for agriculture, horticulture and forestry.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Biotechnology.
Table of Contents:
  1. Recent Developments and Issues in Plant Science
  2. Agrobacterium-Mediated Gene Transfer in Plants - A Review
  3. Biotechnology: Miracle or Mirage II. Remarkable Genetic System of Agrobacterium
  4. Synthetic Seed Technology as A Method for Plant Propagation and Delivery of Tissue Cultured Plants
  5. Maturaiton and Desiccation of Somatic Embryos
  6. Commercial Applications of Medicinal Plant Biotechnology
  7. Genetic Variation in In Vitro Cultured Plant Cells and in the Progenies of Regenerated Plants
  8. in Vitro Response as Aid-To Measure Genetic Diversity
  9. Phytochrome, Flowering, Genes and Biotechnology
  10. Tissue Culture of Aquatic Plants and its Applications
  11. Role of Glyoxalase I in Cell Proliferation in Higher Plants
  12. Auxin-Calcium Interaction in Plant Growth and Development
  13. Rapid Propagation of Eucalyptus Tereticornis Sm. through Tissue Culture
  14. Regeneration and Phenolics in Explants and Callus of Syzygium Cumini (L.) Skeels
  15. Cellular Approaches of Salt Tolerance in Wheat
  16. Manipulation of Wheat Protein Quality
  17. Cellular Selection and Characterization of Pea Lines Resistant to Culture Filtrate of Fusarium Oxysporum
  18. Somatic Embryogenesis and Plant Regeneration from Immature Cotyledons of Chickpea (Cicer Arietinum L.)
  19. Direct Somatic Embryogenesis in Chickpea (Cicer Arietinum L.)
  20. Regeneration of Water Stress Tolerant Callus Culture of Tomato (Lycopersicon Esculentum)
  21. Biochemical Mechanism of Salt Tolerance in Tomato Cultivars
  22. in Vitro Evluation and Regeneration of Tomato Under Nacl Stress
  23. in Vitro Selection of Atrazine Tolerant Cell Lines and Regeneration Studies in Brassica Campestris
  24. Cotton Ovule Culture: A Tool for Understanding Development and Quality
  25. Microspore Embryogenesis in Brassica Juncea
  26. in Vitro Morphogenesis and Microcorm Production in Gladiolus
  27. Callus Growth Responses of Sunflower Explants Cultured in Vitro
  28. Vitro Trees of Cashew (Anacardium Occidentale L.)
  29. Micropropagation of Plum (Prunus Domestica L.)
  30. Plantlet Regeneration from Seed Culture of Arundina Graminifolia (D. Don) Hochr. and Establishment of Plantlets Under Natural Conditions
  31. Direct Embryo Formation and Regeneration of Plants from Embryogenic Protoplasts of Ginseng (Panax Ginseng C. A. Mayer)
  32. Rapid Micropropagation of Populus X. Euramericana Trees By Callus Culture
  33. Direct Somatic Embryogenesis from Immature Seeds of Rosewood (Dalbergia Latifolia Roxb.)
  34. Direct Organogenesis from Internodal Segments and Apical Meristem of Shoots of Jatropha Curcas L
  35. Bioassay for Anti-Tumor Compounds in Callus Extracts of Phyllanthus Sps. and Euphorbia Sps
  36. Micropropagation of Butea Monosperma (Lam) Taub
  37. Plant Responses Under Water and Salinity Stress
  38. Regeneration of Plantlets through Tissue Culture Methods in Dicotyledonous Fruit Trees - A Brief Review

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