IN VITRO PRODUCTION OF PROTOCORMS AND PROTOCORM LIKE BODIES IN ORCHIDS - A REVIEW

Article Id: ARCC2485 | Page : 40 - 47
Citation :- IN VITRO PRODUCTION OF PROTOCORMS AND PROTOCORM LIKE BODIES IN ORCHIDS - A REVIEW.Agricultural Reviews.2008.(29):40 - 47
R. Swarna Piria, K. Rajmohan* and S. Suresh
Address : Horticultural Research Station, Pechiparai – 629 161, Tamil Nadu, India

Abstract

In vitro multiplication is the most important biotechnological tool being used in orchids, especially
for large scale commercial propagation. Usually in vitro methods would be useful in a crop where
in the existing conventional methods are too-slow, non-profitable and not successful. As orchid
seeds lack a functional endosperm, the germination of seeds require a long period and any disturbance to the soil or physical environment destroy the whole population. In this context the in vitro multiplication provide an appropriate solution to this problem. So development of tissue culture protocol is an essential pre-requisite for any other biotechnological manipulations at cellular and molecular level.

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