Breeding and Genetics

Plant regeneration Techniques

Seed culture: In tissue culture we can increase the efficiency of germination of seeds that are very difficult to germinate in vivo. Different plant growth regulators are used for premature germination of seeds in tissue culture. In tissue culture we can provide the environment to seeds that are optimum for …

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Do you know about transgenic plants?

WHAT ARE TRANSGENIC PLANTS? THEIR APPLICATIONS, RISKS, CONCERNS AND REGULATIONS:- As the population of the world is increasing day by day and there is a need to use the modern biological techniques to increase the food production to feed the increasing population, the use of these biological techniques leads to …

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Tissue Culture for healthy Garlic

Introduction: Tissue culture: Tissue culture is growth of tissues or cells separated from organisms. It is done to produce clone of mother plants by facilitating with all required nutrients within culturing media, which could be either liquid, semi-solid or solid. The part of healthy and disease free plant which is …

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Plant Regeneration via Somatic Embryogenesis

Introduction: In this age of time, medicinal herbs are cycled in current therapeutics with leading success in fundamental health care. Some of medicinal plants do not produce usable seeds. In Orchids, very small seed size and the guild with mycorrhizal fungi is crucially demanded for germination of viable seed. Traditional …

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Synthetic Seeds

Introduction:Synthetic seed science is the most compelling utilization of plant tissue culture, have huge future for large scale production of different plants at low cost rate as a back up to natural seeds. A synthetic seed is mostly defined as artificially encapsulated somatic embryos, cell aggregate or any tissue that …

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Role Of Genetics In The Welfare Of Human Life

Role Of Genetics In The Welfare Of Human Life (Muhammad Wajid Javed and Naseem Ahmed) Introduction:- Before 1900, history of genetics was related to cytology. This owes to “Robert Hooke”, who elaborated various smaller things in a cork section. In 1831, Brown discovered a consistent structure present in a regular …

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