BIOCHEMICAL BASIS OF ACCLIMATIZATION OF MICROPROPAGATED PLANTLETS - A REVIEW,

Article Id: ARCC4349 | Page : 65-67
Citation :- BIOCHEMICAL BASIS OF ACCLIMATIZATION OF MICROPROPAGATED PLANTLETS - A REVIEW,.Agricultural Reviews.2001.(22):65-67
B.N. Hazarika*, V. Nagaraju, V.A. Parthasarathy and G. BhowDuk
Address : Biotechnology Laboratory, ICAR Research Complex for NEH Region, Umiam, Meghalaya-793 103, India

Abstract

Exhaustive work done on in vitro propagation concerns mostly with providing chemical supplement to growth medium and amiable conditions to culture environment. Not much has been done on vital tissues which are cultured, in respect to their biochemical status. Hence, there is need to work on biochemical aspects to get an insight into in vitro differenciation and acclimatization phenomenon in order to make suitable amendments in the medium to increase efficiency of the in vitro propagation in economic terms. This review attempts to bring together the current informations on biochemical changes during in vitro differenciation and hardening of tissue cultured plant.

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