Processes that produce clones can be put under the term cloning.
For initial screening for phenotypically superior trees only a few hundred plantlets of the same are raised and tested under various agroclimatic zones.
Propagation by tissue culture also helps in producing clones.
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A large number of tissue culture plants that have grown into trees are remarkably uniform and show an increase in biomass production over the conventionally raised plants.
(e) biofortification of crops using soil microbes
Meristem culture is one of the most important culture techniques used for the elimination of viruses from vegetatively propagated crops (). According to , meristem culture, does not only result in disease elimination but also in rapid multiplication of elite clones.
The apoplast is the main location, where plants express proteins.
genetics, inter-specific competition, enzymes and inhibitors, practical skills, etc.) This will help me appreciate the theory behind the investigation and hence help me formulate an effective plan and method....
Thesis On Micropropagation Of Potato
In spite of its high economic potential as a source of food, the yield of the crop has been declining over the years due to several factors (). The major constraint to high yield is the susceptibility of sweet potato to viral diseases. According to , sweet potato viral diseases cause up to 98% yield reduction. Sweet potato viruses are systemic, therefore, they are harboured within the vines. Since the crop is propagated vegetatively from vines from previous season, these systemic viruses are transmitted to the next generation and consequently, the yield of the crop is dramatically reduced. Yield reduction caused by these viruses can be overcome by the use of virus-free planting materials for propagation. The limitations to conventional method of sweet potato propagation have compelled researchers to consider techniques as an alternate method to overcome viral transmission in the cultivation of the crop.
Micropropagation of Potato (Solanum tuberosumL
Although, several studies have shown that propagation techniques can be used as a means to produce clones that increase sweet potato yield, however, there is no documentation on which of the techniques provides the utmost yield from sweet potato in Ghana. Therefore, this study was aimed at assessing the post flask tuberisation of three accessions of sweet potato regenerated using meristem culture and nodal culture. Specifically, the study sought to determine the effect of different concentrations of BAP and kinetin on plantlet regenerated from meristem culture and determine the effect of different concentrations of BAP on shoot multiplication from nodal culture.
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In the laboratory they are mainly grown in grow bags which contain peat which is acidic and deficient in nutrients which is a very big disadvantage because it causes poorer growing conditions for tomatoes....