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Introduction of Plant Biotechnology

 
1. What is Plant Biotechnology?
2. Broad Categories of Biotechnology
3. Characteristics of Biotechnology
4. Relation of Biotechnology with other Branches of Sciences
5. Plant Tissue Culture
6. Brief History of Plant Tissue Culture
7. Culture Technique in Plant Tissue Culture
8. Totipotency
9. Classification of Plant Tissue Culture Technique
10. Organogenesis
11. General Account of Organogenesis
12. Protocol for Organogenesis in Tobacco Callus
13. Role of Growth Regulators in Organogenesis
14. Factor Affecting the Organogenesis
15. Introduction Single Cell Culture
16. Methods of Single Cell Isolation
17. Methods of Single Cell Culture
18. Importance of Single Cell Culture
19. Introduction to Callus Culture
20. Principles of Callus Culture
21. Protocol of Callus Culture
22. How the Callus Tissue is Formed?
23. Application of Callus Culture
24. Suspension Culture and Its Principle
25. Protocol of Suspension Culture
26. General Account of Suspension Cultures
27. Types of Suspension Cultures
28. Synchronization of Suspension Culture
29. Importance of Suspenion Cell Culture
30. Introduction to Somatic Embryogenesis
31. Embryoid
32. Principles of Somatic Embryogenesis
33. Protocols for Inducing Somatic Embryogenesis in Culture
34. Somatic Embryogenesis in Dicotyledonous and Monocotyledonous Culture
35. Induction of Embryogenic Cell Suspension
36. Factors Affecting the Embryogenesis
37. Practical Application of Somatic Embryogenesis
38. Importance of Artificial Seeds
39. Shoot-Tip and Meristem Culture
40. Application of Shoot-tip or Meristem Culture
41. Method of Virus Elimination
42. Meaning of Micro Propagation
43. General Procedure of Microprogation
44. Micropropagation Techniques
45. Factors Affecting Shoot Multiplication
46. Advantages and Limitations of Micropropagation
47. Anther, Pollen and Ovule Culture (Haploid Production)
48. Androgenesis
49. Principle of Development of Androgenic Haploids
50. Pathway of Microscope Division in Androgenesis
51. Protocol for Anther Culture
52. Protocol for Pollen Culture
53. Advantages of Pollen Culture over Anther Culture
54. Production of Homozygous Diploid Plants
55. Application of Haploids in Plant Breeding
56. Importance and Implications of Anther and Pollen Culture
57. Ovule Culture – Meaning, Principle and Protocol
58. Importance of Ovule Culture
59. Meaning of Embryo Culture
60. Types of Embryo Culture
61. Technique of Embryo Culture
62. Protocol for Embryo Culture
63. Application of Embryo Culture
64. Invitro Pollination
65. Meaning of Somaclonal Variation
66. Mechanisms Causing Somaclonal Variation
67. Molecular Basis of Somaclonal Variation
68. Isolation of Somaclonal Variants
69. Application of Somaclonal Variation
70. Somatic Hybridization and Cybridization
71. Methods of Protoplasts Fusion
72. Selection of Somatic Hybrids and Cybrids
73. Practical Applications of Somatic Hybridization and Cybridization
74. Limitation of Somatic Hybridization
75. Biopesticides
76. Advantages and Disadvantages of Biopesticides
77. Cryopreservation
78. Secondary Metabolites
79. Advantages of Plant Cell Culture for Production of Secondary Metabolites
80. Types of Biofertilizers
81. Large Scale Production of Biofertilizers
82. Large ScaleProduction of Blue Green Algae
83. Biofertilizers – Introduction, Meaning and Concept