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In Vitro Technique for Growing Vegetables
21.06.2011 22:06
In Vitro Technique for Growing Vegetables

Researchers from Nizhniy Novgorod Region suggest growing plants by means of microclonal propagation.

      Microclonal propagation provides growing clones of original plants in vials after sterilization, which help get rid of various infections. The technique results in a healthy clone, which is not prone to any diseases.

      This propagation technique is suitable for vegetables, fruits, berries and flowers. Experts in agriculture believe that plants, grown by means
described technique, can give an ample harvest.

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Author: Anna Kizilova

Tags: Nizhny Novgorod Region biology agriculture   

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