Published February 1984
by Birkhauser .
Written in English
|Contributions||I. Potrykus (Contributor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||269|
1. Author(s): International Protoplast Symposium,(6th: Basel, Switzerland) Title(s): Protoplasts lecture proceedings/ 6th International Protoplast. Protoplasts poster proceedings: 6th International Protoplast Symposium, Basel, August , Abstract. If we look back at the state of the art of plant protoplast research in , as published in the LECTURE Proceedings and POSTER Proceedings of the 6th International Protoplast Symposium, August 12–16, , Basel and compare that to the present state of the art, the progress made during the past four years is indeed impressive and demonstrates that the interest in and the Cited by: This chapter presents an idealized example of protoplast isolation with the steps involved in protoplast isolation and culture; discusses the parameters involved in the developmental sequence from protoplast to plant; and overviews a collection of detailed laboratory protocols for protoplast isolation, clonal proliferation, and plant regeneration that are in routine use in independent.
J Gen Microbiol â Martin HH () Protoplasts and Spheroplasts of Gram- negative Bacteria. In: Potrykus I, Harms CT, Hinnen A, HÃ¼tter R, King PJ, Shillito RD (eds). Protoplasts Lecture proceedings. BirkhÃ¤user Verlag, Basel, Boston, Stuttgart Nature Abstractions () Last author. Proceedings of the ARCO Solar-UCLA Symposium Held in Keystone, Colorado, April , A Bradford Book. Dimensions of Darwinism. Themes and Counterthemes in Twentieth-Century Evolutionary Theory. Elliott Sober and Marjorie Grene. Protoplasts Lecture Proceedings. I. Potrykus, C. T. Harms, A. Hinnen, R. Hutter. Davey S.: free download. Ebooks library. On-line books store on Z-Library | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. Christian HARMS, RETIRED of University of Freiburg, Freiburg (Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg) | Read 99 publications | Contact Christian HARMS.
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