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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This tissue culture plant of sugarcane (KLC-1) produces minimum 20 and maximum 35 tillers per plant with height of tiller ranges from 10 to 12 feet, sugar percentage is on average is 8-9 pol percent and the average yield of the Sugarcane KLC-I is 2000 to 2500 Munds per acre.
Molina as a Bioversity coordinator in the Asia Pacific, had to negotiate with the Taiwan Banana Research Institute to share their selections of tissue culture variants that they had used to solve their TR4 Fusarium Wilt problem.
The University's department of agriculture sciences is also engaged to multiply the plants of a Chinese imported variety W-11 through Tissue Culture Technology.
Prospects of establishing a facility for introducing tissue culture were also discussed and it was agreed to prepare a concept paper to meet the goal on a fast track.
Agricultural biotech company Front Range Biosciences (FRB) reported on Tuesday the election of Dr Cecilia Zapata as director of its Tissue Culture Production.
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.
Aurora said once starting materials are received in accordance with its application, plant tissue culture will be employed as the starting point for production batches, which assure healthy, disease-free plants along with the capacity to consistently meet facility requirements and to scale production to meet the current market requirements for stable, characterized plants.
Cell and tissue culture has its applications in various fields such as treatment of diseases, production of vaccines and antibodies, drug discovery, and others.
However, certain growth abnormalities or physiological disorders such as crown bending, dwarfing and terminal shoot bud death were also observed in few tissue culture derived date palms at the stage of flowering.
But Tissue Culture are happy to skate on the boundaries of this ever-so-temperamental fence if it means they create something that often defies the norm and sums up what they are about as a band.
Novel 3D tissue culture technologies will be developed and used in the differentiation and maturation process to produce liver cells.