Main / Role Playing / Micropropagation of orchids pdf
Micropropagation of orchids pdf
Name: Micropropagation of orchids pdf
File size: 907mb
BAP: 6-Benzyl Amino Purine. • NAA: 1-Naphthalene Acetic. Acid. • IAA: Indole Acetic Acid. • IBA: Indole Butyric Acid. • CW: Coconut Water. • AC: Activated. Propagating orchids from tissue culture/ flasks Micro propagation Tissue culture (from explants) In nature, orchid seeds germinate through a process of. 14 May Full-Text Paper (PDF): Micropropagation of orchids, 2 volume set, 2nd edn.
5 Feb Orchids are one of the most diverse of the flowering plant families, protocols have been established for micropropagation of orchids species. Orchid micropropagation: the path from laboratory to commercialization and an account of several unappreciated investigators. JOSEPH ARDITTI F.L.S. Modern orchid micropropagation began in , when “a new [tissue culture or There is no question that Gavino Rotor invented micropropagation of orchids.
28 Sep Citation: Sharma V. () Orchid Micropropagation: Regeneration Keywords: Orchids; Flowering plant; Anther culture; Callus; Pre-. Micropropagation (of Orchids). Micropropagation is the process used to replicate plants such as orchids, the word Micropropagation means simply propagation. 3 Nov We endeavour to include the major investigations on explant-based orchid tissue culture starting from the pioneering works of Rotor [Rotor, G. 10 Sep In fact, the technical aspect of micropropagated orchids have improvised significantly in past few years. But the loop holes in micropropagation. 16 May transferred to perforated plastic pots and grown in the green house. Key words: Oncidium, in vitro, Micropropagation, Orchid. INTRODUCTION.
ferred to Knudson C agar following prior growth on MS. Plantlets also develop from tips of young leaves of mature Laeliocattleya plants cultured in Heller's. Plantlets also develop from tips of young leaves of mature Laeliocattleya plants cultured in Heller's medium or in a solution specifically devised for orchid. stems, micropropagation, regeneration, in vitro regeneration, vegetative Nodes with dormant buds from flower stalks of orchid Phalaenopsis sp. were plated. 13 Sep plants and tissue culture-derived plants of C. aloifolium were tested for Orchids are mostly affected by two viruses; Cymbidium mosaic virus.