tissue culture


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tissue culture

n.
1. The technique or process of maintaining or cultivating cells or tissues derived from a living organism in a culture medium.
2. A culture of cells or tissue grown by this technique or process.

tissue culture

n
1. (Biology) the growth of small pieces of animal or plant tissue in a sterile controlled medium
2. (Biology) the tissue produced as a result of this process

tis′sue cul`ture


n.
1. the technique or process of growing living tissue in a prepared medium.
2. the tissue so cultured.
[1920–25]
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North America dominates the global cell and tissue culture supplies market.
The tree planting campaign was kicked-off last week by the Company's management team and Alba Labour Union representatives, wherein a batch of tissue culture Palm trees were planted in different locations around the plant.
Cell and tissue culture has its applications in various fields such as treatment of diseases, production of vaccines and antibodies, drug discovery, and others.
This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Cell and Tissue Culture Supplies in US$ Thousands by the following Product Segments: Media, Sera, and Reagents.
Also, R&S Tissue Culture Laboratories and Antura are going to create a Dutch cluster in Macedonia, which other Dutch companies are expected to join.
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 are trying to apply techniques, like tissue culture, for mass production of plants.
This is a medicinal plant, and I thought that such plant would be possible to grow with the help of tissue culture, we are getting good response from the public," said Negi.
Tissue culture commonly refers to the culture of animal cells and tissues, while the more specific term plant tissue culture is being named for the plants.
Plant tissue culture techniques have become a powerful tool for studying basic and applied problems in plant biology.
Skoog did work in plants hormones and was interested in plant tissue culture in general, Murashige was the graduate student under Skoog and both worked on a basic media for a number of plants, especially tropical house plants later on.
Shaikh Nahyan and Talmiz Ahmad have played a key role to facilitate this step forward in sharing of knowledge on tissue culture of 'The Blessed Tree'.