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Plant Tissue Culture


As per available reports about 2554 Open Access Articles, 5 Upcoming Conferences, 706 National symposiums and 4491 Conference proceedings related to Plant tissue culture.

Plant cells can be grown in isolation from intact plants in tissue culture systems. The cells have the characteristics of callus cells, rather than other plant cell types. These are the cells that appear on cut surfaces when a plant is wounded and which gradually cover and seal the damaged area.
Pieces of plant tissue will slowly divide and grow into a colorless mass of cells if they are kept in special conditions. These are:
• initiated from the most appropriate plant tissue for the particular plant variety • Presence of a high concentration of auxin and cytokinin growth regulators in the growth media • a growth medium containing organic and inorganic compounds to sustain the cells • aseptic conditions during culture to exclude competition from microorganisms.

The plant cells can grow on a solid surface as friable, pale-brown lumps (called callus), or as individual or small clusters of cells in a liquid medium called a suspension culture. These cells can be maintained indefinitely provided they are sub-cultured regularly into fresh growth medium.
Tissue culture cells generally lack the distinctive features of most plant cells. They have a small vacuole, lack chloroplasts and photosynthetic pathways and the structural or chemical features that distinguish so many cell types within the intact plant are absent. They are most similar to the undifferentiated cells found in meristematic regions which become fated to develop into each cell type as the plant grows. Tissue cultured cells can also be induced to re-differentiate into whole plants by alterations to the growth media.
Plant tissue cultures can be initiated from almost any part of a plant. The physiological state of the plant does have an influence on its response to attempts to initiate tissue culture. The parent plant must be healthy and free from obvious signs of disease or decay. The source, termed explant, may be dictated by the reason for carrying out the tissue culture. Younger tissue contains a higher proportion of actively dividing cells and is more responsive to a callus initiation program. The plants themselves must be actively growing, and not about to enter a period of dormancy.
The exact conditions required to initiate and sustain plant cells in culture, or to regenerate intact plants from cultured cells, are different for each plant species. Each variety of a species will often have a particular set of cultural requirements. Despite all the knowledge that has been obtained about plant tissue culture during the twentieth century, these conditions have to be identified for each variety through experimentation.

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Importance and Scope:
Plant tissue culture becomes one of the most important aspects to solve fundamental and applied problem in biotechnology research and development. The culture of plant parts like stems, roots, leaves or cells help to explore to study differentiation, morphogenesis and plant regeneration. Shoot apex culture methods leading to plant regeneration have been adopted for plant propagation and production of virus free stock. The culture of anthers and pollen provides new approaches to haploid plant formation. This technology now even emerges to study the isolation and culture of plant cell biology which are included fusion, cross breeding and cell hybridisation. The technique is now included a variety of application used for various purpose related to the field of biotechnology and allied fields. The advantages of plant tissue culture are it can produce plants in large quantities within short time that are healthy, free from diseases, with variety in species, high quality production of fruits, flowers or any other properties of the plants. The plant tissue culture also used to produce pathogen free plants.

List of best International Conferences:

1. Plant Science Conference, September 21-23, 2015 USA
2. 5th Agriculture and Horticulture Conference, June 27-29, 2016 Cape Town, South Africa
3. 2nd Food Safety and Regulatory Affairs Conference, June 06-08, 2016 London, UK
4. Euro Biomass Conference, August 01-03, 2016 Birmingham, UK
5. 5th Biodiversity Conference, March 10-12, 2016 Madrid, Spain
6. 2nd Geology Conference, April 21-22, 2016 Dubai, UAE
7. Pollution Control and Sustainable Environment Conference, April 25-26, 2016 Dubai, UAE
8. Plant Physiology Conference, June 09-11, 2016 Dallas, USA
9. 5th Earth Science and Climate Change Conference, July 25-27, 2016 Bangkok, Thailand
10. 9th Biotechnology Conference, August 31-September 02, 2015 Florida, USA
11. 6th Biotechnology Conference, October 05-07, 2015 New Delhi, India
12. World Bio Conference, November 02-04, 2015 Dubai, UAE
13. 1st Proximal Sensing Supporting Precision Agriculture Conference, Italy
14. Agricultural Statistics 2015 Conference, Malaysia
15. 5th Organic Agriculture Sciences Conference, Slovakia
16. 7th Crop Science Congress, China
17. 1st Plant Protection Congress 2015, Germany
18. Perennial Biomass Crops for a Resource Constrained World, Germany
19. Agriculture, Ecology and Biological Engineering Conference, Turkey
20. 3rd Sustainable Environment and Agriculture Conference, USA
21. 6th Agriculture and Animal Science Conference, China
22. Sustainable Agriculture Technologies Conference, Thailand
23. 3rd Food and Agricultural Sciences Conference, UAE

Relevant Societies:
American Agricultural Law Association, USA
American Farm Bureau Federation, USA ‎
Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies, Canada
National Association of Wheat Growers, USA
African Rural and Agricultural Credit Association, Africa
American Association of Cereal Chemists, USA
American Poultry Association, USA
American Seed Trade Association, USA
Crop Science Society of America, USA
Western Society of Crop Science, USA
Crop and Weed Science Society, USA
Agriculture & Applied Economics Association, USA
Virginia Soybean Association, USA
American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, USA
The Royal Agricultural Society of England, UK
International Society for Horticultural Science, Belgium
The Horticultural Society of India, India
Ethiopian Horticulture Development Agency, Ethiopia
National Horticultural Society of France, France
Royal New Zealand Institute of Horticulture, New Zealand
Australian Organic Farming and Gardening Society, Australia
Wildflower Society of Western Australia, Australia
American Horticultural Society, USA
Massachusetts Horticultural Society, USA
International Food Policy Research Institute, USA
International Fund for Agriculture Development, Italy
Consortium for International Crop Protection, USA
Asian Association for Agricultural Engineering, China
Tropical Agricultural Association, UK
Canadian Society for Horticultural Science, Canada

Relevant Companies:
Dole Food Company, USA
Mycogen Seeds, USA
Kinze Manufacturing, Inc., USA
Seaboard Corporation, USA
Burpee Seeds, USA
Cargill, USA
Cavendish Farms, Canada
Chiquita Brands International, USA
ContiGroup Companies, Belgium
Fredericksburg Farmers Cooperative, USA
Riceland Foods, USA
Zeeland Farm Services, USA
Vermeer Company, USA
Dupoint, USA
Pioneer, USA
CABI, UK
Agria Corporation, China
AgriSA, South Africa
Agrium, USA
BASF, Germany
Alberta Wheat Pool, Canada
Bevo Agro Incorporated, Canada
Ceres Incorporated, Canada
Danisco, USA
Foundation for Agronomic Research, USA
Heritage Foods, India
MFA Incorporated, USA
Monsanto, USA
Swire Group, UK
The Mosaic Company, USA
Wayne Farms, USA

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