In vitro Breeding Strategies in the Development of Australian Native Plants

Zulkarnain, Zul and Tapingkae, Tanya and Taji, Acram (2012) In vitro Breeding Strategies in the Development of Australian Native Plants. In: Nutri-Horticulture. Daya Publishing House, New Delhi, India, pp. 75-97. ISBN 978-81-7035-776-6

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Abstract

Plant tissue culture is a technique that exploits the ability of many plant cells to revert to a meristematic state. Although originally developed for botanical research, plant tissue culture has now evolved into important commercial practices and has become a significant research tool in agriculture, horticulture and in many other areas of plant sciences. Plant tissue culture is the sterile culture of plant cells, tissues or organs under aseptic conditions leading to cell multiplication or regeneration of organs or whole plants. The steps required to develop reliable systems for plant regeneration and their application in plant biotechnology are reviewed in countless books. Some of the major landmarks in the evolution of in vitro techniques are summarised in Table 5.1. In this chapter the current applications of this technology to agriculture, horticulture, forestry and plant breeding are briefly described with specific examples from Australian plants where applicable.

Type: Book Section
Subjects: S Agriculture > SB Plant culture
Depositing User: ZULKARNAIN
Date Deposited: 27 Dec 2017 00:50
Last Modified: 27 Dec 2017 00:50
URI: http://repository.unja.ac.id/id/eprint/2593

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