By D. J. Heinz, M. Krishnamurthi, L. G. Nickell (auth.), Professor Dr Jakob Reinert, Professor Dr Yashpal P. Singh Bajaj (eds.)
Progress within the box of plant mobile and tissue tradition has made this quarter of study probably the most dynamic and promising not just in plant body structure, phone biology and genetics but in addition in agriculture, forestry, horticulture and undefined. experiences with plant phone cultures essentially have bearing upon quite a few difficulties as but unsolved in simple and utilized study. This used to be the compelling explanation for assembling one of these finished resource of knowledge to stimulate scholars, lecturers, and study staff. This booklet contains 34 articles on regeneration of vegetation, vegetative propagation and cloning; haploids; cytology, cytogenetics and plant breeding; protoplasts, somatic hybridization and genetic engineering; plant pathology; secondary items and a bankruptcy on isoenzymes, radiobiology, and cryobiology of plant cells. specific recognition has been paid to trendy , fast-growing and engaging disciplines - e.g. the induction of haploids, somatic hybridization and genetic manipulation by means of protoplast tradition, which own a big strength for plant improvement.
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Fig. 3. 0 mg/l NAA. 4. 05 mgjl zeatin. Fig. 5. Shoot formation in Begonia (tuberous hybrid) media modified MURASHIGE and SKOOG + I mg/l BAP. 6. 0mg/ l gibberellic acid. Scale line = 1 cm 38 D. P. HOLDGATE irreparable damage to the orchid industry it is imperative that only disease-free plants are produced and distributed-the basic aim of MOREL'S (1960) original work. The dangers with Phalaenopsis and Paphiopedilum are as great as those with Cattleya, Cymbidium and Yanda, and, therefore, only plants which carry suitable test certificates should be purchased by growers.
In most cases the grower who produces the best quality commands the best price at the market level, and it follows that a producer of quality goods has a greater profit potential. In many countries Chrysanthemum and Dianthus plants derived from virusindexed parent stocks are readily available. There is however effectively no commercial source of virus-free plants of other ornamental crops for the average grower. Some of those plants which have been made virus-free are difficult to propagate. g.
3) To create and maintain stocks of disease-indexed plants of selected clones from existing cultivars in sufficient quantities to be of practical value to the commercial grower. 2. 1 Introduction of New Varieties To produce a new cultivar requires many years of patient cross-fertilisation and selection trials. Rarely can any programme produce more than a small number of new cultivars and frequently only one and sometimes none. Thus, those plants selected must be sold at a price and in sufficient quantity to cover not only the cost of the trials, but also the cost of multiplying sufficient stocks of the selected plants.