2 edition of Recent advances in plant biology found in the catalog.
Recent advances in plant biology
|Other titles||Plant biology.|
|Statement||[edited by] C.P. Malik, Y.P. Abrol.|
|Contributions||Kapil, R. N. 1929-, Malik, C. P. 1935-, Abrol, Y. P., 1935-|
|LC Classifications||QK81 .R392 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvii, 404 p. :|
|Number of Pages||404|
|LC Control Number||91908453|
Plant is collected from the wild for its medicinal usage, in the present study medicinal potential of cultivated medicinal plant under standard conditions was explored. The formation of the Recent advances in plant biology book is part of the process of reproduction in seed plants, starting with a mature ovule and following with the fertilization by pollen and some growth within the mother plant to the final outcome of an embryo deve A single explant can be multiplied into several thousand plants in relatively short time period and space under controlled conditions, irrespective of the season and weather on a year round basis [ 2 ]. Late modern botany[ edit ] Micropropagation of transgenic plants Building upon the gene-chromosome theory of heredity that originated with Gregor Mendel —August Weismann — proved that inheritance only takes place through gametes. In this metadata information era, we have the chance for a deeper understanding of seed physiological and developmental processes in order to provide the fundamental basis for making plant seed biology research relevant and productive,coping with future challenges. The resultant clones are true-to type of the selected genotype.
Somatic Recent advances in plant biology book and plant regeneration has been carried out in embryo cultures of Jucara Palm for rapid cloning and improvement of selected individuals [ 60 ]. The primary research topic was molecular biology of biosynthesis of several secondary metabolites in plants; particularly this was applied to the sweet triterpene, glycyrrhizin in cell cultures of Glycyrrhiza glabra and dianthrones in Hypericum perforatum. The somatic embryogenesis can be initiated directly from the explants or indirectly by the establishment of mass of unorganized cells named callus. A balance of both auxin and cytokinin leads to the development of mass of undifferentiated cells known as callus. It has a promising role for the introduction of agronomically important traits such as increased yield, better quality and enhanced resistance to pests and diseases [ 64 ]. They are found in the outer surface of the roots of at least a hundred and fifty species that belong to the genera Alkanna, Lithospermum, Echium, Onosma, Anchusa and Cynoglossum of the Boraginaceae family.
Next, the special features of plant genomes and genetics are explored. This established a standardised binomial or two-part naming scheme where the first name represented the genus and the second identified the species within the genus. The process can also be used to develop the plants that are resistant to various kinds of stresses [ 27 ] and to introduce the genes by genetic transformation [ 28 ]. The most commonly used disinfectants are sodium hypochlorite [ 1819 ], calcium hypochlorite [ 20 ], ethanol [ 21 ] and mercuric chloride HgCl2 [ 17 ].
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Undesired epigenetic silencing in transgenic technology is summarized. Successful introduction of agronomic traits in plants was achieved by using root explants for the genetic transformation [ 66 ].
The plants exhibited high level of resistance to Botrytis cinerea,causal agent of gray mold [ 71 ]. Cryopreservation plays a vital role in the long-term in vitro conservation of essential biological material and genetic resources.
Embryophytes are multicellular eukaryotes descended from an ancestor that obtained its energy from sunlight by photosynthesis. Recent advances in plant biology book single explant can be multiplied into several thousand plants in relatively short time period and space under controlled conditions, irrespective of the season and weather on a year round basis [ 2 ].
It involves the storage of in vitro cells or tissues in liquid nitrogen that results incryo-injury on the exposure of tissues tophysical andchemical stresses. Transgenic plants represent an economical alternative to fermentation-based production systems. Floristic and ethnobotanical tribal knowledge was collected through extensive groundtruthing and interviews.
Virtually all staple foods come either directly from primary production by plants, or indirectly from animals that eat them. Darwin 's publication of the Origin of Species in and his concept of common descent required modifications to the Candollean system to reflect evolutionary relationships as distinct from mere morphological similarity.
Maximum root induction and proliferation was found in Stevia rebaudiana, when the medium is supplemented with 0. Purification and Characterisation of Two Alpha-glucosidases From Termite Workers Macrotermes Bellicosus Termitidae: Macrotermitinae In present study, purification and characterization of two alpha-glucosidases from termite workers Macrotermes bellicosus Termitidae: Macrotermitinae were conducted.
Endangered, threatened and rare species have successfully been grown and conserved by micropropagation because of high coefficient of multiplication and small demands on number of initial plants and space.
Results showed that the isolate Bacillus toyonensis can reduce lead by They have life cycles with alternating haploid and diploid phases. Advances in the area of cell cultures for the production of medicinal compounds has made possible the production of a wide variety of pharmaceuticals like alkaloids, terpenoids, steroids, saponins, phenolics, flavanoids and amino acids [ 7281 ].
He received a Ph. Plants make various photosynthetic pigmentssome of which can be seen here through paper chromatography. Regeneration of disease or viral resistant plants is now achieved by employing genetic transformation technique.
The technique depends mainly on the concept of totipotentiality of plant cells [ 9 ] which refers to the ability of a single cell to express the Recent advances in plant biology book genome Recent advances in plant biology book cell division.
The new photosynthetic plants along with their algal relatives accelerated the rise in atmospheric oxygen started by the cyanobacteriachanging the ancient oxygen-free, reducingatmosphere to one in which free oxygen has been abundant for more than 2 billion years. Murashige and Skoog medium MS medium is most extensively used for the vegetative propagation of many plant species in vitro.Advances in Biology & BioMedicine is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research articles as well as review articles in all areas of biology and BioMedicine.
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