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By the 1990s with the rising cost of labor and the emergence onto the world stage of overseas cheap labor in India, SE asia and now China the tissue culture industry moved over seas as it was unprofitable to do much in tissue culture in the US and Europe unless you are doing niche products.
UAE University has developed and mastered the technology of production of date palm plants through organogenesis tissue culture technique.
how to establish a primary tissue culture, where cells are taken directly from an organ of ,a living animal.
Part of the Ugandan government National Agricultural Research Organisation (NARO), the institution has realised the benefits of tissue culture production and is now looking to implement the practice.
In addition, improvements in tissue culture and transformation methods, especially designed for recalcitrant species, are being aggressively pursued by academic, federal and industrial laboratories, and their success should greatly facilitate the development and introduction of additional rubber-producing crops, such as sunflower.
Lab researchers found tissue culture expands the possibility of studying corn, soybeans, and other crops.
rhizogenes into tissue cultures of the herbs that manufacture these compounds, they hope to produce large quantities of hairy roots--up to 10 000 litres--and commercial quantities of the target extracts.
Thorpe, is an interesting historical perspective on the origins, development, and modern applications of plant tissue culture. Coverage of the history and general applications of tissue culture is well done, but discussion of specific examples of applications and the current state of the art could be improved by additional reference to recent (post-1995) research.
While working with tomato tissue cultures, ARS biologist Betty K.
As more and more companies have entered the flower business, Celtis Labs has diversified from flower production into tissue culture, a technology where one flower is cloned into thousands.
Elmstrom, who is a watermelon breeder, and Gray, a tissue culture expert, collaborated on the tissue culture process that clones thousands of watermelon plants in months from breeding lines that normally produce so few seeds, it takes 10 to 15 years to develop a new seedless strain.
In truth, there is no computer model or tissue culture system which can come even close to reproducing the complexity of the immune system and the brain and spinal cord.