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Low Cost Options for Tissue Culture Technology in Developing Countries

Iaea Tecdoc Series No. 1384 (Iaea Tecdoc Series)

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Published by International Atomic Energy Agency .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General,
  • Reference - General,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Science,
  • Plant tissue culture,
  • Business/Economics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12858110M
    ISBN 10920115903X
    ISBN 109789201159038

    As indicated in Section 2, the basic principles of health economics for low-income countries are the same as the core principles of the parent discipline. Thus, health economics for low-income countries may be viewed as an ad aptation of health economic principles and methods to institutional conditions of developing and transitional economies. It has proved beneficial for the production of disease-free plants and increase plant yield in developing countries. It only requires a sterile workplace, greenhouse, trained manpower, and a nursery. Oil palm, banana, plantain, eggplant, pineapple, rubber tree, tomato, sweet potato have been produced by tissue culture in the developing countries.

      The relation between science, technology, and economic development is unquestionable. However, in the poorest countries of the world, this relation is tenuous at best, mainly due to the fact that science and technology typically require a large amount of investment in terms of both capital and higher education. In this article, we document the ingenuity and innovative Cited by: the development of this paper on «Agricultural and rural extension worldwide: Options for institutional reform in the developing countries». The assignment could not have been completed without the invitation and in-depth assistance of the officials in SDRE (Extension, Education and.

    Plant Tissue Culture Terminology AdventitiousDeveloping from unusual points of origin, such as shoot or root tissues, from callus or embryos, from sources other than zygotes. Agara polysaccharide powder derived from algae used to gel a medium. Agar is generally used at a concentration of g/liter. by , particularly in developing countries. The report also highlights contributions by Tissue culture and micropropagation Low-cost diagnostic toolkits for extension workers Improving livestock agriculture (in general) High-nutrient, low-cost animal fodder Liquid nitrogen and low-cost alternatives for animal semenFile Size: KB.


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Low Cost Options for Tissue Culture Technology in Developing Countries Download PDF EPUB FB2

In the EU, labour currently accounts for % of the costs of the in vitroproduced plants. In another program, the large-scale production and introduction of bamboo in the EU using tissue culture technology has been undertaken with the main objective of reducing the costs of Size: 1MB.

This publication describes options for reducing costs in the establishment and operation of plant tissue culture facilities and focuses primarily on plant micropropagation.

It includes the basics of tissue culture technology, bioreactors, low cost options in the design of laboratories, use of media and containers, energy and labour saving, integration and adoption of low cost options, increasing plant survival after propagation, and outreach of material to growers and farmers in developing.

It includes the basics of tissue culture technology, bioreactors, low cost options in the design of laboratories, use of media and containers, energy and labour saving, integration and adoption of low cost options, increasing plant survival after propagation, and outreach of material to growers and farmers in developing countries.

A low cost novel plant tissue culture medium. “KF A and KF A plus” (patented) has been developed. for Mentha arvensis and M. spicata using ‘Flyash”. (F A) as the main source of inorganic. BibTeX @MISC{Breeding04lowcost, author = {Plant Breeding and Genetics Section}, title = {LOW COST OPTIONS FOR TISSUE CULTURE TECHNOLOGY IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES}, year = {}}.

Low cost tissue culture technology for the regeneration of some economically important plants for developing countries Article (PDF Available) January with 7, Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Jerold Manuel. Corpus ID: Low Cost Tissue Culture Technology in the Regeneration of Sweet Potato (Ipomoea batatas (L) Lam) @inproceedings{OgeroLowCT, title={Low Cost Tissue Culture Technology in the Regeneration of Sweet Potato (Ipomoea batatas (L) Lam)}, author={K.

Ogero and Gitonga Nkanata Mburugu and Maina Mwangi and M. Ngugi and O Ombori}, year={} }. References FAO, Low cost options for tissue culture technology in developing countries. FAO/IAEA Division of Nuclear Techniques in Food and Agriculture.

The former is better adapted to local environments, but typically returns low yields of around 1 ton per hectare whereas the latter yields around 5 tons per hectare. Crossing the 2 species created numerous embryos but these could only be grown to maturity with the use of tissue culture.

Plant tissue culture- Lab practices made easy (For Beginners) 6 List of Contents Particulars Pg. Plant tissue Culture: Prospects 7 2. Lab Set up, Equipments and low cost alternatives 12 3.

Nutrient media 20 4. Germination of seeds in vitro 29 5. Establishment of primary culture from leaves/stem sections of Bacopa monnieri (Brahmi)File Size: 2MB. Banana serves as an ideal and low cost food source for developing countries where most of the population relies mostly on bananas for food.

The objective of this study is to reduce the cost of banana tissue culture nutrients by using alternative nutrients Size: KB. Low cost options for tissue culture technology in developing countries, International Atomic Energy Agency (), pp.

Google Scholar Anderson et al., Author: Tien Jung Lee, Sma Zobayed, Flavio Firmani, Edward J. Park. Tissue culture is seen as an important technology for developing countries for the production of disease-free, high quality planting material and the rapid production of many uniform plants.

Micropropagation, which is a form of tissue culture, increases the amount of planting material to facilitate distribution and large scale planting. Low cost options for tissue culture technology in developing countries [- KB].

Publication from the joint FAO/IAEA Division of Nuclear Techniques in Food and Agriculture, based on contributions made at a meeting held on August in Vienna, Austria. Low cost options for tissue culture technology in developing countries, Proceedings of a Technical Meeting organized by the Joint FAO/IAEA, Division of.

Savangikar VA () Role of low cost options in tissue culture. In: Low cost options for tissue culture technology in developing countries. IAEA-TECDOC International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, AustriaCited by: 9.

Although conventional plant tissue culture has been applied for decades, the high cost of tissue production is a drawback for laboratories with limited resources, especially in the developing countries.

In fact, the cost of the micropropagules production precludes the adoption of the technology for large scale by:   Tissue culture has been used for many years to produce a large number of plant species by micropropagation.

Unfortunately, microbial contamination and production costs are major problems associated with this technology. We have developed a low-cost, open tissue culture system for rapid sugarcane micropropagation that uses a combination of broad-spectrum antimicrobial compounds, a Author: Jia-ju Lu, Ahmad Ali, Er-qi He, Guo-qiong Yan, Tira-umphon Arak, San-Ji Gao.

Low-cost in vitro fertilization: current insights. IVF in developing countries. To generate a stable medium pH and atmospheric conditions like tissue culture incubators, pure CO 2 was produced by the combination of sodium bicarbonate, citric acid, and by:   NEED OF LOW CAST LAB. Low cost options should lower the cost of production without compromising the quality of the micro- propagation and plants.

Micro propagation technique is too much costly. Potential increasing interest in agricultural crop production increased. Low-cost tissue-culture technology will stay a high priority in agriculture.

The handbook is intended as a guide rather than an in-depth text book of cell culture and you are encouraged to consult relevant specialised literature to obtain more detailed information.

Design and Equipment for the Cell Culture Laboratory Laboratory Design Perhaps one of the most undervalued aspects of tissue culture is the needFile Size: 2MB.KARACHI, March 22 A lot of research has gone into plant tissue culture technology in Pakistan over the last decade, with the result that the country today stands at a new threshold the point where.Practical Tissue Culture Applications contains the proceedings of a conference held at the International Laboratory for Research on Animal Diseases in Nairobi, Kenya, AugustThis book aims to describe some of the more important practical applications of in vitro techniques in a simple, easily understandable manner.