P.O. BOX 255
SHRUB OAK, NY, 10588, U.S.A.
FAX/PHONE: 914 528 3469
E-MAIL: Agritech@AgritechPublications.com

"ORCHID TISSUE CULTURE: 2007-2014"

Volume 19 of Recent Advances in Plant Tissue Culture

by Edwin B. Herman, Editor, Agricell Report

"ORCHID TISSUE CULTURE: 2007-2014" is the nineteenth in a series that reports recent developments in plant tissue culture. The Recent Advances in Plant Tissue Culture series is updated within one month of the book's publication date. In order to make it easy for the reader to obtain further information on material covered in the book, a directory consisting of full email and postal addresses is included.

CONTENTS:

CULTURE CONDITIONS FOR ORCHID MICROPROPAGATION

LOW-COST MEDIA AND SUBSTRATES

METHODS FOR ENHANCING ORCHID MICROPROPAGATION
Chondroitin Sulfate
Potassium Iodide and Cobalt Chloride
NPK Fertilizer
Nitrous Oxide
Endophytic Bacteria
Fungi
Organic Additives
Banana Extract
Silicon
Chitosan
Lignosulfates
Rare Earth Elements
Putrescine
24-Epibrassinolide
Smoke-saturated Water
Magnetic Fields
Brick Pieces

ACCLIMATIZATION OF MICROPROPAGATED ORCHIDS
Optimal Conditions for Acclimatization
Effects of Trichoderma on Acclimatization of Guarianthe skinnerii
Effect of Uniconazole on Acclimatization of Phalaenopsis
Effects of Auxin-producing Bacteria on Acclimatization of Cattleya walkeriana

CONTROL OF BROWNING

ORCHID SEED GERMINATION
Asymbiotic Germination
Symbiotic Germination
Asymbiotic Versus Symbiotic Micropropagation

PROTOCORM-LIKE BODIES (PLBs)

CRYOPRESERVATION

ORCHID SYNTHETIC SEEDS

STERILIZATION OF ORCHID CULTURE MEDIUM
Microwaves
Formaldehyde Fumes
Hypochlorite and Ethanol

IN VITRO FLOWERING

A "REVOLUTIONARY" LIGHT SOURCE FOR ORCHID TISSUE CULTURE

POLYPLOID INDUCTION

ISOLATION AND CULTURE OF ORCHID PROTOPLASTS

MOLECULAR BIOLOGY AND GENETIC TRANSFORMATION
An Improved Particle Bombardment Technique
Manipulation of Flower Color in Transgenic Orchids
Genetic Transformation of Orchid Species

SECONDARY METABOLITE PRODUCTION BY ORCHIDS

DECONTAMINATION OF VIRUSES DURING ORCHID TISSUE CULTURE

RESEARCH DIRECTORY

Publication: May, 2014. 128 pp. Spiralbound. Price: $139.00 (Shipping and handling: $8.00 for U.S. delivery, $20.00 elsewhere)

To Order Books

Return to Main Page

Agritech Publications/Agricell Report

P.O. Box 255
Shrub Oak, NY 10588, U.S.A.
Phone/Fax: (914) 528-3469
E-mail: Agritech@AgritechPublications.com

All material on this site is copyrighted by the author(s).
No reproduction in any form is permitted without express written consent.