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Published by University of Salford in Salford .
Written in English


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PhD thesis, Biological Sciences.

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Tissue culture and frost tolerance studies in Solanum. By MA Anjum. Download PDF (41 MB) Abstract. In vitro shoot cultures of two commercial cultivars of Solanum tuberosum, Desiree\ud and Mans Piper, and of two wild species S. commersonil and S. acaule, were\ud established from single nodal explants and seedling tissues respectively. Author: MA Anjum. Topics: 06W - Botany, 02D - Agronomy, crop production, crop diseases, horticulture, Tissue culture and frost tolerance studies in Solanum [ Potato tubers]Author: M.A Anjum. Glycoalkaloids in tissue culture of Solanum species. Dehydrocommersonine from cultured roots of Solanum chacoense Author links open overlay panel R.M Zacharius S.F OsmanCited by: In recent years, plant cells are being increasingly utilized as model systems to unravel the cellular and molecular mysteries of nature. The basic mechanisms of developmental biology, cellular and molecular interactions at the cell and tissue level, gene expression and regulation leading to genetic modifications and areas of genomics, are constant areas of research.

The study presented the comparative micro- and macro-morphological, anatomical and cytological properties of Solanum aethiopicum Linn. and Solanum nigrum Linn. Predominantly found in the wild in the Niger Delta Tropics, Nigeria. They are used as wild vegetable and medicine. Their habits are annual sub-woody plants which. Abstract. The cultivated potato (Solanum tuberosum) is a crop of considerable impor­tance, ranking fourth in world production after wheat, rice and maize. It is thus the most important dicotyledonous crop species, and the most important tuber crop. There are seven cultivated species of potato, which range in chromosome numbers from diploid (24 chromosomes) to triploid, tetraploid and by: 8. In the current study, we characterized in detail the physi-ological modifications that occur during cold acclimation in frost-sensitive S. tuberosumand frost-tolerant so-nii, and studied transgenic plants of both species constitu-tively expressing AtCBF1 to evaluate whether there were differences in response to ectopic CBF expression Cited by: In Vitro Sterilization Protocol for Micropropagation of Solanum tuberosum cv. ‘Kufri Himalini’ conditions is essential for successful tissue culture procedures. To maintain an aseptic environment, all study to standardize the best sterilization protocol for in vitro culture of potato cv. Kufri Himalini.

In vitro tissue culture-based tools have also allowed a deeper understanding of the physiology and biochemistry in plants cultured under adverse environmental conditions. In this work, the progress made towards the development of abiotic stress-tolerant plants through tissue culture-based approaches is by: There were some exceptions where the growth of the dominant shoot became limited by the height of the culture jar and this appeared to break apical dominance, possibly due, at least in part. to the shading effect of the opaque jar lids. The axillary buds developed into complete plantlets within 3 to 4 weeks of culture. In vitro screening of salt tolerance in potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) varieties. Plant tissue culture techniques in assistance with conventional breeding and biotechnology have become latest The objective of this study was to differentiate salt tolerant and salt sensitive varieties of potato to improve them for genetic improvement Cited by: 2. Thesis: Tissue culture and frost tolerance studies in Citrus spp Position: Dean of Faculty of Agriculture, University of Guilan, Rasht, Iran Vice Chancellor for Education and Research, University of Guilan, Iran Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs, University of Guilan, Iran.