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Conservation of Plant Genetic Resources In Vitro, Volume 2: Applications and Limitations

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Edited By: MK Razdan and EC Cocking
315 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
Conservation of Plant Genetic Resources In Vitro, Volume 2: Applications and Limitations
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  • Conservation of Plant Genetic Resources In Vitro, Volume 2: Applications and Limitations ISBN: 9781578080557 Hardback Dec 2000 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Part 1 covers cell and tissue cultures, Part 2 zygotic and somatic embryo cultures and Part 3 specific crops.

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Part 1: effects of post-thaw treatment on the variability of cryopreserved cells; cryopreservation of plant germplasms; new approaches for enhanced post-thaw recovery; cryopreservation of plant suspension cultures; post-freeze biosynthetic stability; applications of cryopreservation to the long-term storage of dedifferentiated plant cultures. Part 2: the role of embryo culture in the seed conservation of palms and other species; towards the use of cryopreservation as a technique for the conservation of tropical recalcitrant seeded species; somatic embryogenesis and gemplasm conservation of plants. Part 3: cryopreservation of deciduous fruits and mulberry trees; in vitro conservation of banana; medium-term storage and prospects for cryopreservation; in vitro conservation of daylily; in vitro conservation of germplasm of agri-horticultural crops at NBPGR - an overview.

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Handbook / Manual
Edited By: MK Razdan and EC Cocking
315 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
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