tissue culture and genetic transformation of cabbage

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Chickpea transformation is an important component for the genetic improvement of this crop achieved through modern biotechnological approaches However recalcitrant tissue cultures and occasional chimerism encountered during transformation hinder the efficient generation of transgenic chickpeas Two key parameters namely micro-injury and light emitting diode (LED)-based lighting were used

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2018-9-25Genetic transformation studies in cabbage (Brassica oleracea var capitata L ) Dr D K Srivastava 29 01 2001 34 Pooja Bhatnagar H-1998-04-M Studies on in vitro production of solasodine in tissue culture of Solanum laciniatum Dr A K Nath 16 08 2000 35 Sonika Goel H

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2018-9-25Genetic transformation studies in cabbage (Brassica oleracea var capitata L ) Dr D K Srivastava 29 01 2001 34 Pooja Bhatnagar H-1998-04-M Studies on in vitro production of solasodine in tissue culture of Solanum laciniatum Dr A K Nath 16 08 2000 35 Sonika Goel H

The Sensitivity of Plant Tissue Culture and Plant cell of

2010-11-18Current study provides an efficient screening system for transformed plant of Citrullus lanatus cv Round Dragon harboring bar gene The untransformed 5-day-old cotyledon explants were cultured on the shoot-inducing media supplemented with Basta (0 2 0 5 1 0 2 0 and 3 0 mg L-1) and without Basta for 3 weeks and subcultured on fresh shoot-inducing media with the same media

High Frequency in vitro Regeneration of Chinese

Chinese cabbage cv Kenshin was used for this study because it is one of the parental lines from the 'Chiifu-401-42' and 'Kenshin-402-43 doubled haploid (CKDH) mapping population and it has a genetic map which can be considered as a reference for functional)

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Does not knot ball Chinese cabbage 2n gamete cell

Transgenic Methods of Chinese Cabbage:Agrobacterium-mediated Transformation by In Vitro Tissue Culture and In Planta Infiltration S634 034 Cytobiology Observation of the Pistils' Selectivity Abortion in Male Flower of Xanthoceras Sorbifolia Bunge S565 9 Induction of Tetraploid Tatary Buckwheat and Their Genetic Variation S517

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High efficiency transformation of Brassica oleracea var

Outcomes of the screening prephase The tissue culture development of the selected cultivars of B oleracea var botrytis (Di Sicilia Violetto Pionier Poranek Rober Snowball X) was recorded after 5 weeks on the shoot regenerating medium The Pionier cultivar seems to be the most suited for genetic engineering providing the largest number of shoots (among all the tested cultivars—data

Tissue culture and genetic transformation of cabbage

Despite the obstacles of cabbage transformation in laboratories of many countries especially those where this vegetable is extremely popular (e g China India Korea Malaysia Pakistan) such attempts are made This article reviews the achievements in the field of tissue culture and cabbage transformation from the last two decades Agid

Genetic Transformation of Vanilla planifolia by

Genetic Transformation Bacteria were pelleted at 4 000 rpm for 10 min and suspended in a liquid MS basal medium supplemented with 4 0 mg L -1 putrescine Callus tissue showing protocorm-like-bodies (PLB's) precultured in a liquid MS basal medium supplemented with 4 0 mg L -1 putrescine was infected by the bacteria for 3 h (infection period

HIGH PLANT REGENERATION GENETIC STABILITY OF

2018-8-17For genetic transformation experiments hypocotyl segments of selected genotypes were precultured in the medium (NAA 1 0 mg/l BAP 2 0 mg/l zeatin 2 0 mg/l) for two days and cocultivated with Agrobacterium tumefaciens strains containing NPTII and bar (bialaphos resistance) genes for two days Tobacco feeder cells were included in the medium

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2018-9-25Genetic transformation studies in cabbage (Brassica oleracea var capitata L ) Dr D K Srivastava 29 01 2001 34 Pooja Bhatnagar H-1998-04-M Studies on in vitro production of solasodine in tissue culture of Solanum laciniatum Dr A K Nath 16 08 2000 35 Sonika Goel H

Floral dip: a simplified method for Agrobacterium

The Agrobacterium vacuum infiltration method has made it possible to transform Arabidopsis thaliana without plant tissue culture or regeneration In the present study this method was evaluated and a substantially modified transformation method was developed The labor‐intensive vacuum infiltration process was eliminated in favor of simple dipping of developing floral tissues into a solution

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Tissue Culture of Potato (Solanum tuberosum L ): A Review

2017-6-4Tissue Culture of Potato (Solanum tuberosum L ): A Review Priyadarshani P Mohapatra* and V K Batra Department of Vegetable Science CCSHAU Hisar-125001 Haryana India *Corresponding author A B S T R A C T value in basic research for the production of true to type disease free and vitro Plant tissue culture of potato (Solanum tuberosum L )

Effect of Silver Nitrate (AgNo3) and Cytokinins for

2020-1-15An- efficient tissue culture system will be beneficial for crop genetic transformation 1 2 Plant tissue culture Plant tissue cultures is the aseptic culture of tissues cells organs or protoplast under well-defined chemically and physically in vitro conditions and are very important technique for both basic and applied studies as well as in

Science Behind Cotton Transformation

Due to regeneration ability of tobacco as done by Skoog and Miller in 1957 tobacco is the first and model plant to be used for genetic transformation It provided the basis for tissue culture The ongoing technological expansions in rice barley wheat and cotton may prove to be a hindrance in commercial release of novel GM cereals

CN103250641A

The invention discloses a devitrification method for vitrified regeneration seedlings of cabbage type rape and belongs to the technical field of biology The devitrification method comprises the following steps that: the vitrified regeneration seedlings generated in a tissue culture process are cut and separated on a ultra-clean workbench through an aseptic operating platform and then are

An intensive understanding of vacuum infiltration

2011-10-25Chinese cabbage (Brassica rapa L ) is an important vegetable crop Its in vitro transformation is not so easy due to the intensive genotype dependent shoot regeneration capacity and the sensitivity of explants to Agrobacterium (Zhang et al 2000)

Transgenic Plant Production using Different T

2018-6-22E Transgenic plant Cell culture/tissue culture Transgenic Plant Tissue Culture or cell culture is a practice used to propagate plants under sterile conditions often to produce clones of a plant (Fig 5) [12] Different techniques in transgenic plant tissue culture are shown below: Pineapple crown Crown slice Culture in the

Original Paper Plant Biotechnology 17(3) 195

We have been studying graft transformation in higher plants (Hirata et al 1995 Taller et al 1998) and extending the induction of genetic changes by using the cell to cell interaction in chimeral plants For the purpose in vivo grafting (Hirata et al 1992) and in vitro graft culture methods (Noguchi et

Perspectives on Elevated Ploidy in Regenerants from

Perspectives on Elevated Ploidy in Regenerants from Plant Tissue Culture and Transformation Jenny W Jing 1 Thomas M Davis 2 and Qian Zhang 3 * 1 Department of Family Medicine McGill University Montreal Canada 2 Department of Biological Sciences University of New Hampshire Durham USA 3 Department of Plant Pathology Physiology and Weeds Sciences ia Tech USA

Efficient Development of Transgenic Cabbage with

Cabbage (Brassica oleracea var capitata) belonging to the family of Brassicaceae is one of the most widely consumed vegetables worldwide Similar to other brassicaceous plants cabbage is an excellent source of fiber vitamins and minerals (Bjrkman et al 2011) It also produces antioxidant phenolics with significant free radical scavenging activity ferric-reducing ability and capacity

Important Techniques of Biotechnology: 3 Techniques

2020-7-29Transgenic plants are obtained involving tissue culture and genetic engineering techniques The process of transfer integration and expression of transgene in an organism is called genetic transformation Transgenes refer to foreign genes or modified genes of the same species which are used for the development of transgenic plants or genotypes

Original Paper Plant Biotechnology 17(3) 195

We have been studying graft transformation in higher plants (Hirata et al 1995 Taller et al 1998) and extending the induction of genetic changes by using the cell to cell interaction in chimeral plants For the purpose in vivo grafting (Hirata et al 1992) and in vitro graft culture methods (Noguchi et

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The availability of in vitro culture and genetic transformation protocols for various vegetables is summarized in On the other hand in cases where tissue culture and/or genomic resources are available but still a turnip a rapid cycling and a Chinese cabbage BMC Genomics 15:250 doi: 10 1186/1471-2164-15-250 PubMed Abstract