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Plant tissue culture

ucd.class.enh290 egsutter at UCDAVIS.EDU
Wed Feb 22 19:14:51 EST 1995


Yes- it is definitely possible to do plant tissue culture in the home 
with a pressure cooker, some fluorescent lights and a simple sterile hood 
or even a cardboard box in a clean room.  Of course one is somewhat 
limited that way, but there is still lots that can be done.
Ellen Sutter

On 22 Feb 1995 yvonne at solution.maths.unsw.edu.au wrote:

> 
> A few of us from rec.gardens would be interested in your comments:
> 
>  |  Pray tell, gentle netoids, is it true that tissue culture
>  |  of plants can be carried out at the kitchen table using care,
>  |  simple, household chemicals and a certain amount of expertise;
>  |  or is it strictly for mega-sterile lab conditions filled with
>  |  white-coated genius types who've never actually seen dirt?
> 
>  |  Please, share your experience.
> 
> e-mail is okay if replies here are inappropriate
> 
> Yvonne                   Y.Edwards at unsw.edu.au
> 
> 
> 



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