Informations et ressources scientifiques
sur le développement des zones arides et semi-arides

Accueil du site → Doctorat → Inde → 2016 → Developing commercial technology for micropropagation of some arid region fruit trees

Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda (2016)

Developing commercial technology for micropropagation of some arid region fruit trees

Sharma Vinod kumar

Titre : Developing commercial technology for micropropagation of some arid region fruit trees

Auteur : Sharma Vinod kumar

Université de soutenance : Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda

Grade : Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Botany 2016

Résumé partiel
Citrus and Ficusa deciduous trees are belonging to rutaceae and moraceae families respectively. Keeping in view the importance of these plants the present study was carried out.The results of all the experimentshave been summarisedin this chapter. Citrus trees are propagated both by seed and by vegetative means. Vegetative propagation is preferred because it ensures true to type plants, uniform quality, regular bearing etc. Tissue culture technique particularly micropropagation, is now gaining popularity due to many reason. Micropropagation has many advantages over conventional methods of vegetative propagation and its application in citrus is currently expanding world wide. The goal ofmicropropagation is to obtain a large number of genetically identical, physiologically uniform and developmentally normal plantlets preferably with a high photosynthetic potential to survive the harsh ex vitro conditions, in a reduced time period and at a lowered cost.Explants of lemon used were collected from elite trees of Sun Agrigenetics farmhouse, Hatipura village, Vadodara and Govind farm, Ghadkan village near Chilloda Chokdi, Ahmedabad.

Présentation et version intégrale (Shodhganga)

Présentation et version intégrale (ProQuest)

Page publiée le 15 novembre 2017, mise à jour le 27 janvier 2021