micropropagation


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mi·cro·prop·a·ga·tion

 (mī′krō-prŏp′ə-gā′shən)
n.
A tissue culture technique for plant propagation in which tissue is taken from a plant and grown in a laboratory to produce plantlets that are genetically identical to the parent.
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micropropagation

(ˌmaɪkrəʊˌprɒpəˈɡeɪʃən)
n
(Botany) botany the production of a large number of individual plants from a small piece of plant tissue cultured in a nutrient medium
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The following are among the main propagation methods of apple trees: seminiferous (seed propagation), cutting, air layering, grafting and micropropagation. Aspects related to each propagation method are given below:
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Another beneficiary is the Carolina Bamboo Garden, as it partners with the University of the Philippines-Los Banos in researching about micropropagation of select genetically verified, superior bamboo to protect the environment and develop an alternative wood industry.
Another beneficiary is the Carolina Bamboo Garden as it partners with the University of the Philippines -Los Banos in researching about micropropagation of selected genetically-verified, superior bamboo to protect the environment and develop an alternative wood industry.
'Tissue culture techniques (or micropropagation), a biotechnology approach, can overcome these problems by providing mass uniform, disease-free plantlets within a relatively short time frame.
According to details, PhD Research Scholar from the department of Botany, Najamuddin Solangi delivered his 2nd PhD Seminar on Micropropagation of some Elite Cultivars of Date Plam (Phoenix dactylifera 1.
Najamuddin Solangi delivered his 2nd PhD Seminar on 'Micropropagation of some Elite Cultivars of Date Palm (Phoenix dactylifera 1.
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Passamonti, Piccioni, Standardi et al (1998) reported callus culture and micropropagation in seeds of five chamomile varieties cultured on MS containing 0.05 [micro]M NAA and 11.6 [micro]M Kinetin levels.
Rosebush propagation is generally carried out by grafting made by commercial cut flower producers, in addition to micropropagation and cutting (BAYANATI and MORTAZAVI, 2013).