Special symposium: In vitro plant recalcitrance loss of plant organogenic totipotency in the course of In vitro neoplastic progression

@article{Gaspar2000SpecialSI,
  title={Special symposium: In vitro plant recalcitrance loss of plant organogenic totipotency in the course of In vitro neoplastic progression},
  author={Thomas Gaspar and Claire Kevers and Badia Bisbis and Thierry Franck and Mich{\`e}le Cr{\`e}vecoeur and Hubert Greppin and Jacques Domm{\`e}s},
  journal={In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology - Plant},
  year={2000},
  volume={36},
  pages={171-181}
}
The aptitude for organogenesis from normal hormone-dependent cultures very commonly decreases as the tissues are serially subcultured. The reasons for the loss of regenerative ability may vary under different circumstances: genetic variation in the cell population, epigenetic changes, disappearance of an organogenesis-promoting substance, etc. The same reasons may be evoked for the progressive and eventually irreversible loss of organogenic totipotency in the course of neoplastic progressions… CONTINUE READING
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