How Proteas Are Grown In Tissue Culture

Tissue culture is a method of micropropagating plants in an aspetic, or sterile, manner. In this video, we are going to take a look at the principles and practices as we show you how protea seeds are germinated in tissue culture.

There are five stages that need to be followed in sequence in the tissue culture process, these are: Stage 0: Donor plant selection Stage 1: Establishment and stabilization Stage 2: Shoot multiplication Stage 3: Root formation, and Stage 4: Acclimatization. In this video we are only going to detail stage 1 of this process, but here is some brief detail about each step in the process.

Introduction 00:00
Background Info 00:23
The 5 Stage of Tissue Culture 01:38
Media Prep & Sterilisation 03:10
Embryo Dissection & Stabilisation 04:04

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