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Plants from Test Tubes: An Introduction to Micropropagation Hardcover – Illustrated, October 1, 1996
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Will highly recomend.I;m very happy in owning this book.
Too much of contemporary plant cell clone technique is considered propriatory, and I'm afraid there is as much misdirection as information spread about as a result by money minded nurserymen. With that in mind, this book is still worth the price for a source of quickly accessed data, and well worth the price to look up specific information. But do remember that word in the title: the book is an Introduction.
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A lot of really good information. Unfortunately a lot of it is over my head but I knew it would be when I purchased it hahaPublished 1 month ago by Stevev L.
The textbook we use at SUNY ESF (the newer version, but is mostly the same), but it is still a pretty great intro to plant cell culture.Published 4 months ago by Curious searcher
the text seemed as though it was written to be accompanied by a lab class, as very little information was given as to techniques of explant creation and selection were given. Read morePublished on March 19, 2014 by Robert J. Mackenzie
You couldn't write a book more concisely than this one on the topic (and it was one of the first) and to top it off it's very clear/straight-foreward.Published on January 3, 2014 by B. P.