Culturing of Plant Cells

  • Rudolf Endress
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Abstract

Once protoplasts are separated from the isolation medium and transferred to a suitable growth medium, adaptation and regeneration processes begin. Adaptation is necessary because the growth conditions differ from those in the tissue’s previous environment. This can be synthetic or natural. It is characteristic of the differing adaptation that microfibrils are deposited and first cell divisions occur much sooner in protoplasts from actively growing cell suspension cultures than in those from fully differentiated tissue (Table 34; Galun 1981).

Keywords

Lipase Polysaccharide Arginine Photosynthesis Glutamine 

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  • Rudolf Endress
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