Plant Biotechnology (For Botany and Biotechnology Students of B.Sc. and M.Sc. Level of all Indian Universities)

Ramawat, K.G.

Plant Biotechnology (For Botany and Biotechnology Students of B.Sc. and M.Sc. Level of all Indian Universities) - New Delhi: S.Chand & Company, 2000. - 230 p.: illustrations ;

Includes Glossary & Index.

1. History of plant tissue culture.--
2. Plant tissue culture: Laboratory - organization.--
3. Tools and techniques for plant tissue culture.--
4. Methods of sterilization.--
5. Medium and its preparation.--
6. Culture initiation.--
7. Regeneration in vitro.--
8. Somatic embryo-genesis.--
9. Micro-propagation methods.--
10. Plant protoplasts isolation, culture and somatic hybridization.--
11. Somaclonal variation.--
12. Secondary plant products - secondary metabolites of plant origin.--
13. Secondary plant products - factors affecting the production in culture.--
14. Secondary plant products - secondary metobolites in culture.--
15. Secondary plant products - elicitors and hairy roots.--
16. Bio-transformations.--
17. Bioreactor.--
18. Cell immobilization.--
19. Synthetic seed technology.--
20. Haploids: anther and pollen culture.--
21. Meristem culture for virus-free plants.--
22. In vitro culture of tumour tissues and obligate parasites.--
23. Germplasm preservation : cryobiology.--
24. Plasmids and their use in gene transfer.--
25. Methods of direct gene transfer.--
26. Plant tissue culture industry in India.--
27. Impact on industry.--
28. Impact on agriculture.

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Plant biotechnology.
Plant genetic engineering.

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