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Cell and Tissue Culture in Forestry

Specific Principles and Methods: Growth and Developments

  • J. M. Bonga
  • Don J. Durzan

Part of the Forestry Sciences book series (FOSC, volume 24-26)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XV
  2. J. M. Bonga, Don J. Durzan
    Pages 1-1
  3. A. David
    Pages 2-15
  4. B. H. McCown, J. A. Russell
    Pages 16-30
  5. D. Grey, G. Stepan-Sarkissian, M. W. Fowler
    Pages 31-60
  6. Rong H. Ho
    Pages 137-167
  7. K. Van Tran Thanh, D. Yilmaz-Lentz, T. H. Trinh
    Pages 168-182
  8. Kamlesh R. Patel, Trevor A. Thorpe
    Pages 183-201
  9. Th. Gaspar, M. Coumans
    Pages 202-217
  10. P. W. Evers
    Pages 218-229
  11. R. Rohr
    Pages 230-246
  12. Chen Zhenghua
    Pages 247-268
  13. G. Lakshmi Sita
    Pages 269-284
  14. J. Aitken-Christie, A. P. Singh
    Pages 285-304
  15. T. H. H. Chen, K. K. Kartha
    Pages 305-319
  16. J. A. Driver, G. R. L. Suttle
    Pages 320-335
  17. Robert K. Dixon, Donald H. Marx
    Pages 336-350
  18. A. M. Diner, D. F. Karnosky
    Pages 351-373
  19. M. Wicker
    Pages 374-389
  20. Back Matter
    Pages 441-447

About this book

Introduction

2. 2. Plant materials 2. 3. Pregrowth conditions 2. 4. Cryoprotectant treatment 2. 5. Freezing 2. 5. 1. Slow freezing 2. 5. 2. Rapid freezing 2. 5. 3. Droplet freezing 2. 6. Storage 2. 7. Thawing 2. 8. Viability testing 2. 9. Post-thaw regrowth 3. EXAMPLES OF CRYOPRESERVATION OF WOODY PLANT MATERIAL 4. POTENTIAL APPLICATION OF CRYOPRESERVATION IN TREE IMPROVEMENT 17. NURSERY HANDLING OF PROPAGULES - J. A. Driver, and 320 G. R. L. Suttle 1. INTRODUCTION 2. COMMERCIAL NURSERY NEEDS VS. LABORATORY PRACTICE 3. SEASONALITY OF GROWTH AND PRODUCTION CYCLES 4. MICROPROPAGATION OPTIONS 4. 1. Trends in commercial micropropagation 4. 1. 1. Contract micropropagation 5. FACTORS AFFECTING SURVIVAL AND GROWTH 5. 1. Hardening of propagules in vitro 5. 2. Greenhouse considerationS------ 5. 3. Field planting 5. 4. New approaches: Direct field rooting 5. 4. 1. Pretreatment in vitro 5. 4. 2. Root induction 5. 4. 3. Field placement 18. MYCORRHIZAE - R. K. Dixon, and D. H. Marx 336 1. INTRODUCTION 2. ROLE OF MYCORRHIZAE IN TREE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT 3. PRODUCTION AND APPLICATION OF ECTOMYCORRHIZAL FUNGUS INOCULUM 3. 1. Bareroot stock 3. 2. Container-grown stock 4. FIELD TRIALS WITH ECTOMYCORRHIZAL PLANTING STOCK 5. PRODUCTION AND APPLICATION OF ENDOMYCORRHIZAL INOCULUM 6. FIELD TRIALS WITH ENDOMYCORRHIZAL 7. RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES 8. SUMMARY 351 19. TISSUE CULTURE APPLICATIUN TO FOREST PATHOLOGY AND PEST CONTROL - A. M. Diner, and D. F. Karnosky 1. INTRODUCTION 2. HOST AND PATHOGEN: CULTURE AND CHALLENGE 2. 1.

Keywords

Assimilat Embryo Oxide Woody plant conifers environment fruit genes metabolism physiology rhizogenes temperature woody plants woody species

Editors and affiliations

  • J. M. Bonga
    • 1
  • Don J. Durzan
    • 1
  1. 1.Canadian Forestry ServiceUniversity of CaliforniaUSA

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-009-4484-8
  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 1987
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-94-010-8497-0
  • Online ISBN 978-94-009-4484-8
  • Series Print ISSN 0924-5480
  • Series Online ISSN 1875-1334
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