Published March 1980
by Elsevier .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||454|
Following in the footsteps of its much-acclaimed first edition, Plant Cell Culture Protocols, Second Edition has been expanded and revised to include the most up-to-date and frequently used techniques for plant cell and tissue culture. Readily reproducible and extensively annotated, the methods range from general methodologies, such as culture . Comprehensive and highly practical, Plant Cell Culture Protocols, Second Edition offers today's plant biotechnologists indispensable state-of-the-art techniques for carrying out plant research, for . Plant cell cultures behave heterotrophically under in vitro conditions and thus essentially require sugar supplementation as carbon inorganic source. It has been found that the amount of sucrose affects the accumulation of secondary metabolite in various cultures . Plant Tissue Culture, Third Edition builds on the classroom tested, audience proven manual that has guided users through successful plant culturing ciens mediated transformation, infusion .
The book discusses the parts of a cell and the biochemical processes, such as respiration involving the mitochondria, microbodies or cytosol, or photosynthesis in the chloroplasts. The text also describes the use of plant cell cultures in biochemistry; the primary cell Book Edition: 1. plant cell cultures need to be supplemented with certain vitamins like Thiamine (vit B 1), Niacin (vit B 3), Pyridoxine (vit B 6), and Myo-inositol (Member of the vit. Chapters from expert contributors offer specific case studies of cell and tissue differentiation, examines secondary metabolites in shoot and root cultures, and present new scientific insights and original technologies with applications in medicinal plants and in plant . The production of drugs, cosmetics, and food which are derived from plant cell and tissue cultures has a long tradition. The emerging trend of manufacturing cosmetics and food products in a natural and sustainable manner has brought a new wave in plant cell culture .
Plant cell culture techniques are used increasingly in basic research for plant exploitation in industry, including for example, genetic engineering and micropropagation. The rapidly developing role of plant cell culture has necessitated this new edition of a widely acclaimed book.5/5(1). This book thus addresses submersed cell culture and fermentation and its importance for the manufacturing industry. It goes beyond expression systems and integrally investigates all those factors relevant for manufacturing using suspension cultures. Bioreactor Systems for Animal Cell Culture Products of Animal Cell Cultures Summary Suggestions for Further Reading Problems Chapter Bioprocess Considerations in Using Plant Cell Cultures Why Plant Cell Cultures? Plant Cells in Culture . Plant Cell Culture: Essential Methods provides the reader with a concise overview of these techniques, including micropropagation, mutagenesis, cryopreservation, genetic and plastid transformation and somatic cell technologies. This book is an essential addition to any plant Cited by: