|Author:||Y. P. S. Bajaj|
|Title:||Somatic Embryogenesis and Synthetic Seed (Biotechnology in Agriculture & Forestry)|
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|ePUB size:||1842 kb|
|FB2 size:||1956 kb|
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|Category:||Nature and Ecology|
|Publisher:||Springer Verlag; 1 edition (April 1, 1995)|
Biotechnology in Agriculture and Forestry Biotechnology Agriculture Bajaj,Y. Thus, two volumes on Somatic Embryo genesis and Synthetic Seed have been compiled, which contain 65 chapters contributed by International experts. Somatic Embryogenesis and Synthetic Seed I comprises 31 chapters, arranged in 3 sections: Section I Commitment of the cell to somatic embryogenesis; early events; anatomy; molecular basis; gene expression; role of polyamines; machine vision analysis of somatic embryos. Section II Applications of somatic embryos; technology of synthetic seed; fluid drilling; micropropagation; genetic transfor mation through somatic embryos; cryopreservation
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This book covers various basic and applied aspects of somatic embryogenesis and the technology of synthetic seed. It contains thirty-one chapters and is divided into the following three sections: I: Cell's Commitment to Embryogenesis; Early Events and Anatomy; Molecular Basis and Gene Expression; Role of Polyamines; Machine Vision Analysis of Somatic Embryos. II: Applicati This book covers various basic and applied aspects of somatic embryogenesis and the technology of synthetic seed. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
Difference between Zygotic Embryogenesis and Somatic Embryogenesis: ADVERTISEMENTS: In angiosperms, the ovule contains a haploid egg cell or ovum which is a female gamete gets fertilised by the male gamete resulting in the formation of unicellular zygote. This zygote gives rise to multicellular embryo which is known as zygotic embryo and the process must be called as zygotic embryogenesis. Embryos may be formed from the unfertilized egg or any other cell of female gametophyte or the sporophytic tissue then these are called as non-zygotic embryos. Unlike zygotic embryos or seed embryos, the somatic or adventive embryos are devoid of an endosperm as a food reserve. Fluid drilling devices are harnessed to sow the naked embryos directly into the soil, or the embryos are encapsulated in plastic strips or pellets together with a little nutrient, aimed at using embryos for large scale planting.
Note: This guide provides only information about locating books, articles, dissertations and theses those completed at other universities, however, Philadelphia University does not contain the full text itself nor its contents in electronic form nor its physical form. قدم هذا الدليل معلومات حول مكان الكتب، والأبحاث، والأطروحات والرسائل الجامعية تلك التي أنجزت في الجامعات الأخرى مع العلم بأن جامعة فيلادلفيا لا تحتوي على نسخة ورقية او الكترونية من هذا المصدر. Biotechnology in Agriculture & Forestry 31 Somatic Embryogenesis & Synthetic Seed II for Bajaj Y P S. Details. Responsible Authorship. Physical Description.
J. Gray, M. E. Compton, R. C. Harrell, and D. J. Cantliffe, Somatic embryogenesis and the technology of synthetic seed, in Somatic Embryogenesis and Synthetic Seed I. Biotechnology in Agriculture and Forestry, Y. P. S. Bajaj, E. vol. 30, pp. 126–151, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Germany, 1995. View at Google Scholar. M. A. Toonen and S. De Vries, Initiation of somatic embryos from single cells, in Embryogenesis: The Generation of a Plant, T. L. Wang and A. Cuming, Ed. pp. 173–189, Bios Scientific Publishers, Oxford, UK, 1996. View at Google Scholar
Biotechnology in Agriculture and Forestry 31: Somatic Embryogenesis and Synthetic Seed II, ed. Y. Bajaj. xxiii + 444 pp. Berlin: Springer-Verlag (1995).