High-Tech and Micropropagation VI by Y.P.S BajajHigh-Tech and Micropropagation VI by Y.P.S Bajaj

High-Tech and Micropropagation VI

byY.P.S Bajaj

Paperback | December 1, 2010

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Micropropagation of plants is a multi billion dollar industry being practiced in hundreds of sm all and large nurseries and commerciallabo­ ratories throughout the world. At present, it is the only component of plant biotechnology which has been commercially exploited on such a large scale, especially for the production of ornamentals. Now micropropagation of trees and medicinal plants has also assumed great importance. With recent progress made in the propagation of fruit and forest trees, and the immediate need for afforestation and planting of orchards, propagules and plantlets are required quickly and in large numbers. Taking these points into consideration High-Tech and Micropropagation I, II, III, and IV were published in 1991 and 1992. The present two volumes, High-Tech and Micropropagation V and VI, comprise 51 chapters contributed by international experts from 24 countries. High-Tech and Micropropagation V comprises 24 chapters arranged into the following three seetions: 1. Vegetables and fruits (garlic, Amaranthus, Brassica oleracea, pep­ per, watermelon, cassava, banana, Myrtus communis, passionfruit, Polymnia sonchifolia, pepino, and spinaeh) H. Grasses (bamboos, Caustis dioica, Dendrocalamus, Miscanthus x giganteus, sugarcane) In. Trees (Aegle marmelos, Eucalyptus, Fraxinus excelsior, luglans cinerea, Pinus virginiana, Prosopis, and Vlmus species) High-Tech and Micropropagation VI comprises 27 chapters arranged in two sections: 1. Ornamental and aromatic plants (Amaryllis, Anthurium, Blandfordia, bromeliads, Campanula, Coleus, Ctenanthe, Cyclamen, Daphne, Dracaena, Gerbera, Helianthemum, Hippeastrum, Leucojum, Mammillaria, Maranta, Mediocactus, Mussaenda, Narcissus, Otacanthus, ponytail palm, Prunus tenella, Spiranthes, and Zinnia) II.
Title:High-Tech and Micropropagation VIFormat:PaperbackDimensions:397 pagesPublished:December 1, 2010Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:364208270X

ISBN - 13:9783642082702

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Table of Contents

Section I Ornamental, and Aromatic Plants.- I.1 Micropropagation of Amaryllis (Hippeastrum hybridum).- I.2 Micropropagation of Anthurium.- I.3 Micropropagation of Blandfordia Species (Christmas Bells).- I.4 Micropropagation of Ornamental Bromeliads (Bromeliaceae).- I.5 Micropropagation of Campanula.- I.6 Micropropagation of Coleus forskohlii (Willd.) Briq..- I.7 Micropropagation of Ctenanthe lubbersiana Eichl. and Maranta leuconeura Morren var. Tricolor (Marantaceae).- I.8 Micropropagation of Cyclamen persicum Mill..- I.9 Micropropagation of Daphne L..- I.10 Micropropagation of Dracaena Species.- I.11 Micropropagation of Gerbera.- I.12 Micropropagation of Helianthemum almeriense.- I.13 Micropropagation of Leucojum aestivum L. (Summer Snowflake).- I.14 Micropropagation of Mammillaria Species (Cactaceae).- I.15 Micropropagation of Mediocactus coccineus S.D. (Yellow Pitaya).- I.16 Micropropagation of Mussaenda Cultivars.- I.17 Micropropagation of Narcissus (Daffodils).- I.18 Micropropagation of Otacanthus Species.- I.19 Micropropagation of Beaucarnea recurvata Lem. syn. Nolina recurvata (Lem.) Hemsl. (Ponytail Palm).- I.20 Micropropagation of Prunus tenella (Dwarf Russian Almond).- I.21 Micropropagation of Spiranthes sinensis (Pers.) Ames (Orchidaceae).- I.22 Micropropagation of Zinnia.- Section II Medicinal, and Miscellaneous Plants.- II.1 Micropropagation of Duboisia Species.- II.2 Micropropagation of Matricaria chamomilla L. (Camomile).- II.3 Micropropagation of Sideritis Species.- II.4 Micropropagation of Dictamnus albus L. (Gas Plant).- II.5 Micropropagation of Simmondsia chinensis (Jojoba).