3 edition of Plant protoplasts and genetic engineering IV found in the catalog.
Plant protoplasts and genetic engineering IV
|Statement||edited by Y. P. S. Bajaj.|
|Series||Biotechnology in agriculture and forestry -- 23|
|Contributions||Bajaj, Y. P. S., 1936-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||390|
Thus, cytoplasts are nuclear-free sub-protoplasts which cannot divide, but they can be used for cybridization. Hajela, L. As the growth of protoplasts and cell wall regeneration occurs, the metabolically active compounds are utilized, and this results in the reduced osmotic pressure so that proper osmolarity is maintained. Chai and M.
Maqbool S, H. The inner chamber carries several wells wherein the individual protoplasts in droplets of nutrient medium can be added. The second generation of crops aimed to improve the quality, often by altering the nutrient profile. Penner, and M. Zhang, D. Sergio Orduz-Peralta ed.
Development of transgenic creeping bentgrass Agrostis palustris Huds. Edible vaccines stimulate the immune system when ingested to protect against certain diseases. Weigmann ed. Isolation of protoplasts. Ebora and M.
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Rakabe and his associates were successful to achieve the regeneration of whole tobacco plant from protoplasts. Polygenic transformation of rice using a microprojectile delivery of DNA. Liquid culture: Liquid culture is the preferred method for protoplast cultivation for the following reasons: 1.
Zhang, D. Micro-protoplasts: This term was suggested for sub-protoplasts that contain not all but a few chromosomes. Bolyard, and J. They represent the functional plant cells but for the lack of the barrier, cell wall. In: C. These free cells are then exposed to cellulose to release protoplasts.
Sub-protoplasts is divided into three types. Washington, DC. Major advances in tissue culture and plant cellular mechanisms for a wide range of plants has originated from systems developed in tobacco. Bolyard, L.
In: John Clark ed. The vitamins used for protoplast cultures are the same as used in standard tissue culture media.
Subsequent divisions result in small colonies, and by the end of third week, visible colonies macroscopic colonies are formed. Zehnder, M. Zhong, B.
Ebora, and C. Global Science Books. Sergio Orduz-Peralta ed. The use of liposome is a new innovation to facilitate the uptake of nucleic acid without any degradation. New York: Springer-Verlag. Workshop on Bacillus thuringiensis. It can be expected that these inferences and conclusions will constitute a more or less durable foundation for somatic cell genetics of higher plants.
Zhong, B. Regeneration of Protoplasts: Protoplast regeneration which may also be regarded as protoplast development occurs in two stages: 1.
Srinivasan, and R.THE generation of transgenic plants using gene transfer techniques is important to both the investigation of gene regulation and the genetic engineering of crops1. The Ti plasmid of Agrobacterium. Since the publication of Plant Protoplasts and Genetic Engineering I and Ifinthere has been a steady inflow of Plant protoplasts and genetic engineering IV book information in the area of genetic engineering of plants.
The number of species in which complete plants have been regenerated from isolated protoplasts has increased considerably. Of those, direct gene transfer into protoplasts, microinjection and biolistics have been demonstrated to be effective. sophisticated binary vector systems for plant genetic engineering can be.Oct 15, pdf The pdf discusses isolation, fusion, and culture of higher plant protoplasts, lower plant protoplasts, and blue-green algal protoplast.
The text also describes the production of haploid protoplasts from developing pollen grains; the use of protoplasts in mutant selection schemes, and the development of protoplast systems for use with Book Edition: 1.Since the publication of Plant Protoplasts and Genetic Engineering I and Ifinthere has been a steady inflow of new information in the area of genetic engineering of plants.
The number of species in which complete plants have been regenerated from isolated protoplasts has increased considerably.These studies reflect the far-reaching implications of protoplast technology in ebook engineering of plants.
The book contains a wealth of useful information for advanced students, teachers, and researchers in the field of plant tissue culture, molecular biology, genetic engineering, plant breeding, and general biotechnology.