Subject: why carbon-di-oxide supply is not required in plant tissue culure?
Date: Wed Mar 30 00:41:17 2005
Posted by smitha
Grade level: grad (science)
School: institute of biotechnology
City: baramati,pune State/Province: maharashtra
Area of science: Botany
we supply CO2 to cell/tissue cultures in animal tissue culture.
this is not done while performing plant cell cultures.
even plant cells (say callus or single isolated cells have no chloroplast)
they also while growing may change the pH of the medium.
it will be my pleasure to get explaination for the above.
Re: why carbon-di-oxide supply is not required in plant tissue culure?
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