Effect of immersion systems, lighting, and TIS designs on biomass increase in micropropagating banana (Musa spp. cv. 'Grande naine' AAA)

@article{Wilken2014EffectOI,
  title={Effect of immersion systems, lighting, and TIS designs on biomass increase in micropropagating banana (Musa spp. cv. 'Grande naine' AAA)},
  author={Dirk Wilken and Elio Jim{\'e}nez Gonzalez and Andr{\'e} Gerth and Rafael G{\'o}mez-Kosky and Anika Schumann and Diana Claus},
  journal={In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology - Plant},
  year={2014},
  volume={50},
  pages={582-589}
}
Development of in vitro techniques has enabled rapid clonal propagation, regeneration, and multiplication of genetically manipulated superior clones, production of secondary metabolites, and ex situ conservation of valuable germplasm. This has been possible not only due to the refinements of culture methodologies and applications of cutting-edge areas of molecular biology but also due to the judicious inclusion of engineering principles and methods to improve and refine the system. In the… CONTINUE READING