plant for tissue culture

Ross Koning Koning at ECSUC.CTSTATEU.EDU
Fri Sep 22 12:30:44 EST 1995


Mary,

I think, if you can cut and paste into this medium,
that it would be nice to share the recipes and other
protocols with the whole group.  I know I would be
interested in it, and I think there are plenty of
others too.  We haven't had a lot of messages lately
so maybe this will stir the soup some too.

ross

At  7:37 AM 9/22/95 -0700, BIOBISS at ubvms.cc.buffalo.edu wrote:
>On Thu, 21 Sep 1995 bio_jxn at shsu.edu wrote:
>
>I have had a lot of success using carrot, easily obtained from grocery
>store supplies.  You use disks cut from the cambium.  Good callus
>culture grows up in about three weeks, and can be divided and hormone
>manipulations can be done to generate roots or shoots; withdrawing
>all hormones causes embryos to form.  I'd be happy to share recipes
>with individuals, or post references to the whole list if there is
>interest.
>
>Mary A. Bisson
>Dept. Biological Sci.
>SUNY-Buffalo

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