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​Tissue Culture of Teak Plants (Tectona grandis)

Posted by Anjali Singh on 14th Jan 2021

​Tissue Culture of Teak Plants (Tectona grandis)

Tectona grandis, also commonly known as teak trees, have been used extensively in some countries for more than 2000 years. Teak trees belong to the family of Verbenaceae and are one of the most valuab …

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​Four Stages of Micropropagation

Posted by Anjali Singh on 31st Dec 2020

​Four Stages of Micropropagation

Micropropagation is the technique for the large scale multiplication of plants in artificial conditions. The method has been adopted by several industries to fulfill the market demand for secondary pr …

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​Different Stages of Banana Tissue culture

Posted by Anjali Singh on 29th Dec 2020

​Different Stages of Banana Tissue culture

The micropropagation of bananas started in the early 1970's by shoot tip culture. At that time, the sole purpose of in vitro propagation was the mass production of plants. In 1974, Berg and Busta …

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​Five Methods of Micropropagation

Posted by Anjali Singh on 17th Dec 2020

​Five Methods of Micropropagation

Micropropagation is an artificial method for rapid multiplication of plants in a short duration using the tissue or cell culture techniques in a controlled environment. The method is extensively used …

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​Advantages of Tissue Culture and Sugarcane

Posted by Anjali Singh on 10th Dec 2020

​Advantages of Tissue Culture and Sugarcane

Sugarcane is an important crop in the tropical and subtropical regions and is popularly grown because of sugar, ethanol and other sub products. The main challenge faced by sugarcane growers is to obta …

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