2 edition of Cell culture and somatic cell genetics of plants. found in the catalog.
Cell culture and somatic cell genetics of plants.
by Academic Press in San Diego, London
|Other titles||Molecular biology of plant nuclear genes.|
|Statement||edited by Jeff Schell [and] IndraK. Vasil.|
|Contributions||Vasil, Indra K., Schell, Jeff.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||23|
The papers explore advances in the molecular genetics of plants and animals and cover a wide range of topics such as genetic manipulation of plants; plant cell cultures, regeneration, and somatic cell fusion; and nitrogen Edition: 1. emerging science of somatic cell genetics coupled with improved tissue culture methodology is likely to make a great impact in fruit tree improvement in the future. This review will examine how the many different facets of developed and developing cell and tissue culture technology may make this possible.
SomaclonesPlants derived from any form of cell culture involving the use of somatic plant cells. Sterile (A) Without life. (B) Inability of an organism to produce functional gametes. (C) A culture that is free of viable microorganisms. Sterile TechniquesThe ppgractice of working with cultures in an environment free from microorganisms. Somatic fusion, also called protoplast fusion, is a type of genetic modification in plants by which two distinct species of plants are fused together to form a new hybrid plant with the characteristics of both, a somatic hybrid. Hybrids have been produced either between different varieties of the same species (e.g. between non-flowering potato plants and flowering potato plants) or between two.
Somatic embryogenesis, the initiation of embryos from previously differentiated somatic cells, is a unique process in plants. This volume expands our view of a subject that is important for plant biotechnology, genetics, cell biology, development, and agricultural applications. All chapters presentBrand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. 3. Plant regeneration and genetic variability -- v. 4. Cell culture in phytochemistry -- v. 5. Phytochemicals in plant cell cultures -- v. 6. Molecular biology of plant nuclear genes -- v. 7a. Molecular biology of plastids -- v. 7b. Cell culture and somatic cell genetics of plants -- v. 8. Scale-up and automation in plant propagation. NLM ID.
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Cell growth, nutrition, cytodifferentiation, and cryopreservation -- v. Plant regeneration and genetic variability -- v. Cell culture in phytochemistry -- v. Phytochemicals in plant cell cultures -- v.
Molecular biology of plant nuclear genes -- v. Molecular biology of plastids -- v. Cell culture and somatic cell genetics of. The reader is also introduced to plant cell culture, as well as somatic cell genetics of cereals and grasses, somatic cell fusion for inducing cytoplasmic exchange, uses of cell culture mutants, genetic transformation of plant cells by experimental procedures in the context of plant genetic engineering, and use of molecular biology techniques.
The Photosynthetic Apparatus: Molecular Biology and Operation: Cell Culture and Somatic Cell Genetics of Plants, Volume 7B is a collection of papers that discuss plastids – organelles found in plants that set them apart from other organisms. The book is divided into two parts.
This book provides a general introduction as well as a selected survey of key advances in the fascinating field of plant cell and tissue culture as a tool in biotechnology. Tissue Culture as a Plant Production System for Horticultural Crops, Richard H.
Zimmerman, Jul Cell culture and somatic cell genetics of plants, Volume 4, Friedrich. Cell Culture and Somatic Cell Genetics of Plants, Volume 5: Phytochemicals in Plant Cell Cultures Paperback – J by Indra K.
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""Frontiers in Plant Breeding"" and ""Cell Culture and Somatic Cell Genetics in Plant Biology"" highlight the ways in which plant breeding techniques can improve crops. The book explores the potentials as well as the limitations of plant breeding, and cellular and.
Somatic Cell Genetics While the practical applications of gene-splicing are yet to be realized, cell culture techniques are already proving a valuable too} in crop im- provement.
For thousands of years, breeding has been based on genetic diversity and selection of desirable traits. ""Frontiers in Plant Breeding"" and ""Cell Culture and Somatic Cell Genetics in Plant Biology"" highlight the ways in which plant breeding techniques can improve crops.
The book explores the potentials as well as the limitations of plant breeding, and cellular and molecular techniques in plant improvement.
Cell culture and somatic cell genetics of plants. Volume 5. Phytochemicals in plant cell cultures. Author Affiliation: Plant Biotechnology Institute, National Research Council, Saskatoon, Sask., Canada. Book: Cell culture and somatic cell genetics of plants. Volume 5. The fourth volume of this comprehensive series contains the introductory paper Cell culture and phytochemistry (by F.
Constabel) in which the subject is defined, followed by 4 papers in a section devoted to accumulation of phytochemicals and 10 in a section devoted to techniques.
The titles of the papers (many of which are self explanatory) and their authors are as follows: Physiology of the. PDF | On Dec 1,Don J. Durzan and others published Book Review:Cell Culture and Somatic Cell Genetics of Plants. Volume 3: Plant Regeneration and Genetic Variability. Indra K. Vasil | Find.
Embryogenesis in plants can commence from cells other than the fertilized egg cell. Embryogenesis initiated from somatic cells in vitro is an attractive system for studying early embryonic stages when they are accessible to experimental manipulation.
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Free shipping for many products. Editorial Reviews 'The volume will be useful for investigators engaged in foretry research and is recommended as a good addition for libraries.
Hattemer and P. Srivastava, Plant Breeding, 'The book will undoubtedly be an excellent source of information not only for researchers engaged in genetics and breeding of woody plants but for researchers in plant physiology, genetics, and Price: $ Abstract.
Cells from different tissues of plants and animals can be grown and cultured in artificial media outside the body. Cell culture started off as tissue culture with the development of the “hanging drop technique” by Ross Harrison, whereby a small piece of tissue was placed in a drop of medium (including serum), and cells migrated from the tissue into the surrounding by: 4.
Cell culture is the process by which cells are grown under controlled conditions, generally outside their natural environment. After the cells of interest have been isolated from living tissue, they can subsequently be maintained under carefully controlled conditions vary for each cell type, but generally consist of a suitable vessel with a substrate or medium that supplies.
A somatic cell (from Ancient Greek σῶμα sôma, meaning "body"), or vegetal cell, is any biological cell forming the body of an organism; that is, in a multicellular organism, any cell other than a gamete, germ cell, gametocyte or undifferentiated stem cell.
In contrast, gametes are cells that fuse during sexual reproduction, germ cells are cells that give rise to gametes, and stem cells.
VASIL IK Plant cell culture and somatic cell genetics of cereals and: grasses. Ih Plant Improvement and Somatic Cell Genetics, Vasil IK, Scowcroft WR and Frey KJ eds., Academic Press New York pp –§ Google ScholarCited by:.
Cell Culture & Somatic Cell Genetics of Plants: Cell Growth, Cytodifferentiation, Cryopreservation by Indra K. Vasil (Editor) avg rating — 0 ratings — published Book November Somatic cell genetics- Contribution of in vitro methods to plant breeding i.e.
number of progeny plants, using modern plant tissue culture methods.Cell Culture and Somatic Cell Genetics of Plants, Volume 4: Cell Culture in Phytochemistry reviews phytochemistry by employing plant cell cultures.
This book discusses the realization of industrial plant cell culture for the production of phytochemicals and molecular biological approach to understand the regulation of product synthesis.