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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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The new facility was designed for better organization of tissue culture activities, and bigger growth room for the development of existing coconut tissue cultures.
The study conducted on mice and on tissue cultures suggest that giving Vitamin C -- a powerful antioxidant that reduces oxidative stress to the body and also lowers cancer risk -- with TB drugs could reduce the unusually long time it takes these drugs to eradicate this pathogen.
Studies in mice and in tissue cultures suggest that giving vitamin C with tuberculosis drugs could reduce the unusually long time it takes these drugs to eradicate this pathogen.
The study conducted on mice and on tissue cultures suggest that giving Vitamin C-a powerful antioxidant that reduces oxidative stress to the body and also lowers cancer risk-with TB drugs could reduce the unusually long time it takes these drugs to eradicate this pathogen.
Vasas, "Effects of N source concentration and NH4+/NO3- ratio on phenylethanoid glycoside pattern in tissue cultures of Plantago lanceolata L.: A metabolomics driven full-factorial experiment with LC-ESI-MS3," Phytochemistry, vol.
Origins, causes and uses of variation in plant tissue cultures. In: Plant Cell and Tissue Culture, pp: 139-152.
Offer are CO2 / O2 incubators for cell and tissue cultures with chamber volume, effective disinfection routine and high control accuracy.
The bacterial tissue cultures, blood cultures, acid-fast bacilli smears and cultures on tissue failed to demonstrate any pathogenic organisms.
Texas Woman's University graduate student Shiwani Moghe, MS, reported the results of an experiment in which three doses of blueberry polyphenols were administered to pre-adipocyte tissue cultures derived from mice.
Pugliesi, et al, [37] showed plant regeneration and genetic variability in tissue cultures of sunflower cotyledons.
"A revised medium for rapid growth and bioassays with tobacco tissue cultures." PHYSIOL PLANT 15: 473-497.