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Molina, talked with Lapanday Fruit, one of the big players in the industry, to undertake tissue-culturing of the imported GCTCVs or Giant Cavendish Tissue Culture Variants.
Zapata worked as a laboratory manager for Driscoll's, the world's leading supplier of berries, where she led the tissue culture laboratory and designed and implemented clean stock programs in China and Mexico.
Plant tissue culture is a proven and effective technology used to grow or maintain plant cells/tissues under controlled conditions to produce clones of the plant, and offers many advantages over traditional methods such as healthier plants and superior quality of fruits.
The company utilizes plant tissue culture in the production standard in medical cannabis.
North America has the largest market for the global cell and tissue culture supplies market.
During our field evaluation of the tissue culture derived date palms in the first date palm orchard, the above mentioned physiological disorders were noticed only in certain date palm cultivars particularly Sultana and Suckary.
Having been together for just more than a year, Tissue Culture have already experienced a substantial growing process that has seen a few line-up changes and even their approach to music evolve.
We have a special project where tissue culture of date palms is being done.
Agartala, Oct 8 (ANI): Scientists at the Van Gaveshana Sadan in Agartala, Tripura, are helping bamboo cultivators to meet the shortage of planting material available for bamboo cultivation through tissue culture propagation.
Tissue culture is the growth of tissues and/or cells separate from the organism, which is typically facilitated via use of a liquid, semi-solid, or solid growth medium, such as broth or agar.
The advances made in the area of plant cell and tissue culture and the eventual regeneration of entire plants from them have established this technology as a powerful tool for use in crop improvement programmes.