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In recognition of its importance in basic and applied areas of plant science, many universities have included this subject in undergraduate and cluture courses but find that they lack a suitable introductory text. Razdan Snippet view – Razdan No preview available – Other editions – View all Plant Tissue Culture: The authors go on to discuss fundamental aspects of cellular totipotency e. Each chapter plant tissue culture by razdan been thoroughly revised and, as before, is written in lucid language, includes relevant media protocols, and is profusely plabt with self-explanatory diagrams and original photographs.
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Plant Tissue Culture: Theory and Practice
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