Callus Culture

Callus is an unorganized, growing and dividing mass of cells. It is cultured by explants on the appropriate solid medium. Auxin and a cytokinin are used. It comes from shoot in early culturing. Callus cultures are compact (densely aggregated cells) and friable (loosely associated cells & callus is soft and breaks easily). Callus culture includes 3 stages: induction (division, differentiation), proliferative stage and morphogenesis stage. It is used to isolate single cells with stem cells. Callus is cultured in aseptic conditions by selecting a nutrient medium and by incubating in controlled condition.

Related Journals of Callus Culture :

Journal of Cell SignalingJournal of Fertilizataion : In Vitro-IVF-Worldwide, Reproductive MedicineGenetics Cell and Developmental BiologySingle Cell BiologyJournal of clinical and Cellular Immunolog, Stem Cell , Aging Cell, Cell Research and Plant and Cell Physiology

 

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