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Science & Mathematics
  • Author:
    Kenneth Giles
  • ISBN:
    0123643775
  • ISBN13:
    978-0123643773
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    Academic Pr (December 1, 1983)
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    304 pages
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Plant Protoplasts covers the techniques involved with, and uses of, protoplast technology

eBook ISBN: 9781483218397. Imprint: Academic Press. Plant Protoplasts covers the techniques involved with, and uses of, protoplast technology. The book discusses isolation, fusion, and culture of higher plant protoplasts, lower plant protoplasts, and blue-green algal protoplast. Supplements in Series. The Enzymatic Isolation of Plant Protoplasts: Historical Perspective.

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Plant Protoplasts covers the techniques involved with, and uses of, protoplast technology. The text also describes the production of haploid protoplasts from developing pollen grains; the use of protoplasts in mutant selection schemes, and the development of protoplast systems for use with monocotyledonous plants.

Protoplasts isolated from several herbaceous plant species have been fused to yield somatic hybrids (Evans et a. In: Plant protoplasts.

Protoplasts isolated from several herbaceous plant species have been fused to yield somatic hybrids (Evans et al. 1983). Protoplasts also open possibilities for the uptake of nuclei, organelles, chromosomes and plasmids (Ahuja 1984). K. L. Giles, e. Academic Press, New York. Merkle, S. A. and H. E. Sommer.

Protoplasts as tools for the genetic modification of plants. Protoplast fusion and somatic hybridization. In Proceedings IV International Symposium on Yeast and Other Protoplasts, p. 82. Nottingham, .

Chapter 4 The Application of Freezing and Drying Techniques in Cytology. Chapter 7 Protoplast Surface Enzymes and Absorption of Sugar. 35. Chapter 5 Enzymatic Processes in Cell Membrane Penetration. 65. Chapter 6 Bacterial Cytology. 93. 107. Chapter 8 Reproduction of Bacteriophage.

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