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#1 sanket thakur

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Posted 24 August 2004 - 07:49 AM

Is any one working on tissue culture of jatropha curcas ? I would like to share my findings with you.
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#2 DR. CH. RAVI PRAKASH

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Posted 26 September 2004 - 10:45 PM

Dear Dr. Sanket Thakur,

This msg is in connetion with your invitation to chit chat on Tissue culture of J. curcas. In fact I have been associated with this plant since last two and half years. I have included this plant for my Ph.D. work alongwith other plant species. This being the most difficult plant to deal with for in vitro propagation, I had encountered some basic difficulties in obtaining rooting. When contacted some experts, the reason expressed as genotypic dependency. If you have any protocol for root induction please send me so that I can further my researach in this line. I require to know where exactly the segmentation is to be made for inducing rooting i.e. nodal regions (upper or middle or lower part of the nodes) or internodal regions. Please interact and help me this regard and I'll be grateful to you. If you have any publications,please send me some.
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Dr. Ravi Prakash

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Posted 18 November 2004 - 09:00 PM

Dear Dr.Ravi Prakash,

I am intrested to do tissue culture of Jatropha plants,you are working on this plants pls let me know tissue culture procedure and medium which is used by you. I shall highly greatful to you if you reply to me.

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Ghanshyam Maurya

email -ghanshyam_maurya@relbio.com

#4 ramkola

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Posted 30 December 2004 - 04:06 AM

Dear Sanket,
We are starting work on Jatropha.
Please share your findings.

Best regards,

Ram

#5 nayan

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Posted 08 February 2005 - 03:14 AM

Dear all,

We are setting up a Jatropa tissue culture lab. So would like to share information about Jatropa tissue culture with you all and would also like to benefit from your information and experiences. Hope to hear about it more soon.

Warm Regards,
Nayan

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Posted 08 February 2005 - 03:24 AM

Pls give your contact number,i would like to contact you.

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Ghanshyam Maurya

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Posted 10 March 2009 - 01:24 AM

Dear Dr. Sanket Thaku,

I am planning to make a proposal for my master's theses on mass propagation of Jathropa curcas through tissue culture. I am really very interested in this study, however, I really have no basis for the media and the hormone concentrations, and the procedures to be applied. I would be grateful if you could recommend me also a possible research problem.

Thank you. Looking forward for your response.

Melody B. Muguerza

#8 diane sumadiharjo

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Posted 21 June 2009 - 08:33 PM

Is any one working on tissue culture of jatropha curcas ? I would like to share my findings with you.
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Hi Dr.Thakur,

I am new member of this forum, we plan about setting tissue culture lab for jatropha, I have no any idea at all about this matter. Could you please share with me about the procedures, medium that used, hormone, explant, etc..all about jatropha tissue culture. Pls, I need to find out badly..thank you so much :o

pls, email me at diane_s@live.com.sg

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Posted 25 December 2013 - 11:38 PM

Hi all,

 

I'm currently working on the similar topic too. My problem is trying to find the best hormone combination for adventitious shoot formation by using petiole as explants. If possible, i want to skip the callus stage..can i do that?



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Posted 26 December 2013 - 09:01 AM

moved the thread to this section (Research Idea, Design and Collaboration)

 

for sharing results, discussion, etc about this topic perhaps it might be a good idea to start your own interest group


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