Date: Tue, 10 Aug 1999 00:32:18 -0700 From: Steve Hinkson <email@example.com> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Message-Id: <aabcdefg2875$foo@default> Subject: Tissue culture
Tissue culture is done with meristematic tissue. Meristem is found in
the growing point of a plant, in cambium, in lateral buds, and , as in
the case of Dionaea, in parts of plants capable of advanticious growth.
To dissect out, and sterilize meristem forget cambium in any plant
smaller than a tree!
Hi, fellow CP'ers I've just began TC with carnivorous plants. I
would like to know which parts of the plant (CP) am I suppose to
use for Tissue Culture. For instance, I know that for dionaea,
I have to use the white part of the leaf. I need to know this
info about ALL carnivorous plants except dionaea. If you can
supply me with this info, thanx in advance. Please post it on
the Digest or E-mail me.
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