Plant tissue culture media

@article{Gamborg1976PlantTC,
  title={Plant tissue culture media},
  author={Oluf L. Gamborg and Toshio Murashige and Trevor A. Thorpe and Indira K. Vasil},
  journal={In Vitro},
  year={1976},
  volume={12},
  pages={473-478}
}
Plant tissue culture techniques have become vitally important for pursuing a wide range of fundamental and applied problems in research and development. The techniques encompass a variety of procedures used for specific purposes. The growing of masses of unorganized cells (callus) on agar or in liquid suspension is widely employed in biochemical and growth studies (1-5). The culture of segments of stems, roots, leaves or of callus provides systems to study differentiation, morphogenesis and… CONTINUE READING
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