5 edition of Plant tissue culture and moelcular [i.e. molecular] markers found in the catalog.
Plant tissue culture and moelcular [i.e. molecular] markers
|Other titles||Plant tissue culture and moelcular markers, Plant tissue culture and molecular markers|
|Statement||editors, Ashwani Kumar, N. S. Shekhawat ; consulting editor, Sudhir Sopory.|
|Contributions||Ashwani Kumar., Arya, H. C., 1925-2006.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 686 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||686|
|LC Control Number||2009311202|
3 Cell Death in Plant Disease: Mechanisms and Molecular Markers Dominique Pontier, Olga del Pozo and Eric Lam I. Introduction 37 II. Role of Cell Death during Plant-Pathogen Interactions 38 III. Structural and Biochemical Changes Accompanying Cell Death during Plant Disease 38 by: 5. The present study describes a direct shoot regeneration-based micropropagation procedure for Vanilla planifolia. Two types of explant (i.e. shoot apex and stem nodal segment) were screened for their shoot induction potential following a three-month treatment with 6-benzylaminopurine (BAP) and α-Naphthaleneacetic acid (NAA). Results indicated that the shoot apices were poor Cited by: 8.
Molecular plant breeding with the aid of molecular markers has played an important role in modern plant breeding over the last two decades. Many marker-based predictions for quantitative traits have been made to enhance parental selection, but the trait prediction accuracy remains generally low, even with the aid of dense, genome-wide SNP markers. To search for more Cited by: 7. Cell Culture, Transfection, DNA Constructs, and RNAi. HeLa cells (American Type Culture Collection, Manassas, VA) were cultured in complete DMEM supplemented with 10% heat-inactivated fetal calf serum, U/ml penicillin, and μg/ml streptomycin in 5% CO 2 at 37°C. Transfections of HeLa cells were performed using FuGENE 6 (Roche Diagnostics, .
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Khan S, Spoor W () Use of molecular and morphological markers as a quality conrol in plant tissue culture. Pakistan Journal of Biological Science 4, Plant tissue culture is a collection of techniques used to maintain or grow plant cells, tissues or organs under sterile conditions on a.
Classical markers. Morphological markers: Use of markers as an assisting tool to select the plants with desired traits had started in breeding long time ago.
During the early history of plant breeding, the markers used mainly included visible traits, such as leaf shape, flower color, pubescence color, pod color, seed color, seed shape, hilum color, awn type and length, fruit Cited by: Review: The Importance of Molecular Markers in Plant Breeding Programmes By P.M Jonah, L.
Bello, O. Lucky, A. Midau, S. Moruppa. Adamawa State University, Nigeria. Abstract - Since the advent of restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP) markers, a range of other markers such as Random Amplified Polymorphism DNA (RAPD), amplifiedAuthor: L.
Bello, O. Lucky, A. Midau, S. Moruppa. Plant tissue culture may be applied for this purpose. In vitro germplasm storage collection provides a cost effective alternative to growing plants under field conditions, nurseries or greenhouses.
Furthermore, the cryopreservation of cells and tissue, revival of these tissue and regeneration of plants from tissue through tissue culture.
the type of tissue used for the analysis (e.g. root vs. leaf). This is because a gene that is being expressed in one tissue might not be expressed in other tissues.
On the contrary, molecular markers, because they are based on differences in the DNA sequence, are not. (i.e. tightly linked) may be referred to as gene ‘tags’. DNA (or molecular) markers a type of genetic markers, which reveal sites of variation in DNA [1,2].
Potential Applications in Plant Cultivar identity/assessment of ‘purity’/Hybrid Testing Markers can be used to confirm the true identity of individual plants.
Microorganisms Are Living Things Like Plants And Animals But Because Of Their Minute Size And Omnipresence, Performing Experiments With Microbes Requires Special Techniques And Equipment Apart From Good Theoretical Knowledge About Them.
This Easy To Use Revised And Updated Edition Provides Knowledge About All The Three I.E., Techniques, Equipment And /5(4). Plant tissue culture is the maintenance and growth of plant cells, tissues and organs on a suitable culture medium in vitro, e.g., in a test tube or any other suitable vessel.
Plant tissue cultures are often classified according to the type of in vitro growth, such as callus and suspension cultures, or the explants used for culture initiation. Molecular markers in plant systematics and population biology 1. Introduction – overview of the methods Tomáš Fér @ Size: 2MB.
Plant tissue culture techniques are essential to many types of academic inquiry, as well as to many applied aspects of plant science. In the past, plant tissue culture techniques have been used in academic investigations of totipotency and the roles of.
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Molecular markers • • • • Molecular marker are based on naturally occurring polymorphism in DNA sequence(i.e. base pair deletion, substitution,addition or patterns). Genetic markers are sequences of DNA which have been traced to specific locations on the chromosomes and associated with particular traits.
Molecular Markers and Selection for Complex Traits in Plants: Learning from the Last 20 Years Rex Bernardo* ABSTRACT In the mids, the development of abundant molecular markers, appropriate statistical pro-cedures, and user-friendly computer software that implemented these statistical procedures permitted the detection of molecular markers.
Molecular markers in heterosis breeding One of the earliest uses of molecular markers was its use in heterosis breeding. Lee et al () suggested that RFLP analysis might provide an alternative to field-testing when attempting to assign maize inbred lines to heterotic groups.
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marker that called morphological markers (i.e. udder shape, coat color, body shape, skin structure, and anatomical characteristics) [1, 2].
These markers depend on visual observation and The first approach of applying molecular markers has been used is the candidate gene. It is assume a gene involved in a certain trait could show a mutation.
Genetic markers fall into one of the three broad classes: those based on visually assessable traits (mor-phological and agronomic traits), those based on gene product (biochemical markers), and those relying on a DNA assay (molecular markers).
The idea of using gene-tic markers appeared very early in literatures (Sax, ;Cited by:. In this paper, a novel approach for preliminary identification of salt tolerance in Acacia species is presented, based on molecular phylogenetic analysis using nuclear ribosomal DNA markers (ITS and ETS).
Four species of Acacia, i.e.,A. pendula, A. salicina, A. victoriae and A. stenophylla, had been initially identified as salt tolerant and were being used for a land reclamation project of a Cited by: 1.Molecular definition, of or relating to or caused by molecules: molecular structure.
See more.Preparing Tissue-Cultured Banana Plantlets for Field Planting Eden A. Perez and Cerruti R 2. Hooks Department of Plant and Environmental Protection Sciences. T. he use of BBTV-free plantlets as planting material is an important component of an integrated disease management (IDM) program aimed at limiting the.