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Tissue Culture

For those interested in finding out a little more about tissue culture. There is a useful information on the Texas A and M University website.

Tissue culture (often called micropropagation) is a special type of asexual propagation where a very small piece of tissue (shoot apex, leaf section, or even an individual cell) is excised (cut-out) and placed in sterile (aseptic) culture in a test tube, petri dish or tissue culture container containing a special culture medium.


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