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Datepalm organogenesis

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#1 pete2171

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Posted 10 September 2020 - 06:43 AM

Hello, I have been a breeder in horticulture for some years and I am now starting a simple setup to familiariize myself with somantic embryogenesis and organogenesis, I baught some paterial and i red so many pdf online etc but I will appreciate to find some help from people who have done it already, 

I would like to talk about the medium they used  etc. if possible, i am looking to demistify the process a bit, I will work without laminar flow cabinet, its very simple, i just want check how it works, I do have a small palmtree plantation with some invitro too, to get good genetics.

 



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Posted 10 September 2020 - 12:49 PM

Welcome to the site Pete - unfortunately you have come across this forum in its final stages - it was once a thriving forum with many active posters. Those remaining are a tiny minority of the original crew, so you likely won't get much of an answer to your question, unless one of the few people happens to be a plant scientist.

 

Having said that, there are a couple of resources you might not know about, that are good for most protocols:

 

Current Protocols is a great resource of very comprehensive protocols which contain all the materials (and where to get them often) and methods you need for a particular procedure, as well as further reading etc.

Nature Protocols is also a very trusted resource for protocols - they have a plant biology section, which you can search by scrolling down on the linked page until you come to a "Search Nature Protocols" box, then use the pull-down menu to select plant sciences.



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Posted 13 September 2020 - 01:10 AM

Thelymitra pulchella, Thank you






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