By: Michael R Davey and Paul Anthony
The ability to culture cells is fundamental for mass propagation and as a baseline for the genetic manipulation of plant nuclei and organelles. The introduction to this book provides a general background to plant cell culture, including basic principles, technologies and laboratory practices that underpin the more detailed techniques described in subsequent chapters.
Whilst each chapter provides a background to the topic area and methodology, a crucial aspect is the provision of detailed protocols with emphasis on trouble shooting, describing common problems and detailed advice for their avoidance.
For anyone working in the area of plant tissue culture, micro-propagation or transformation this book is essential reading. (The Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 1 October 2011)
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