Download e-book for kindle: Micropropagation of Orchids by Joseph Arditti

By Joseph Arditti

This vastly elevated and up-to-date variation of a vintage reference paintings contains volumes delivering a compendium of equipment for multiplying orchids via micropropagation.

  • A certain selection of systems and strategies for multiplying orchids, together with organ, tissue, and telephone tradition innovations in vitro
  • Presents vintage recommendations which were within the leading edge of orchid propagation due to the fact they have been first built in 1949
  • Detailed methods are appended with tables and entire recipes for loads of tradition media
  • Includes many illustrations, chemical formulation, old vignettes, and rarely visible illustrations of individuals, orchids, gear and tools

“… a very good source like its predecessor, …both informative and appealing, and served as a reminder of why we visit such extremes in our quest to propagate those plants.” American Orchid Society, 2009

“…in the experience of its common worth and value, this moment variation will definitely be thought of a vintage, if merely since it will function a sole and worthwhile source at the subject.” Plant technological know-how Bulletin, 2009

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A problem facing French horticulture ca. 1950 was viral infection of certain potato and Dahlia cultivars which would have caused them to be abandoned (Lecoufle, 1974a, 1974b). Given the previous findings with Dahlia (Holmes, 1948) and tobacco (Limasset and Cornuet, 1949) the culture of stem tips provided a means of freeing these plants of viruses. And, indeed, Pierre Limasset (1911–1988) and Pierre Cornuet (b. 1925) “suggested to their colleagues Georges Morel and Claude Martin to cultivate shoot meristems of infected plants” (Gautheret, 1983, 1985).

1950 was viral infection of certain potato and Dahlia cultivars which would have caused them to be abandoned (Lecoufle, 1974a, 1974b). Given the previous findings with Dahlia (Holmes, 1948) and tobacco (Limasset and Cornuet, 1949) the culture of stem tips provided a means of freeing these plants of viruses. And, indeed, Pierre Limasset (1911–1988) and Pierre Cornuet (b. 1925) “suggested to their colleagues Georges Morel and Claude Martin to cultivate shoot meristems of infected plants” (Gautheret, 1983, 1985).

A new era of inquiry” (Krikorian and Berquam, 1969; Laimer and Rücker, 2003). Others followed in his footsteps and had more success. H. Winkler attempted to cultivate string bean segments and reported cell divisions but no proliferation (Winkler, 1908; Gautheret, 1985). In the same year S. Simon reported the formation of callus, buds, and roots from poplar explants (Simon, 1908). Culture of Stem Tips As a concept, the utilization of buds or stem tips for mass rapid clonal propagation is more than a century old.

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