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Bananna Tissue Culture

Pioneers in the industry, we offer anjeer plants tissue culture from India.

Anjeer Plants Tissue Culture

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Anjeer Plants Tissue Culture
  • Anjeer Plants Tissue Culture
  • Anjeer Plants Tissue Culture
  • Anjeer Plants Tissue Culture
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Product Details:
Fruit TypeAnjeer
Usage/ApplicationFruits
BrandHindustan Success Agro
Country of OriginMade in India

Anjeer, also known as fig or Ficus carica, is a fruit-bearing tree cultivated for its sweet and nutritious figs. Tissue culture, or micropropagation, is a technique used to propagate plants under sterile conditions, allowing for the production of disease-free and genetically identical plantlets. While tissue culture is commonly used for the propagation of various plant species, its application to Anjeer plants may vary depending on specific research or commercial objectives.

Here is a general overview of the Anjeer tissue culture process:

  1. Selection of Explant: A suitable explant is selected as the starting material for tissue culture. In the case of Anjeer, it can be a shoot tip, nodal segment, or other meristematic tissue.

  2. Surface Sterilization: The selected explant is subjected to a series of sterilization treatments using disinfectants (such as bleach or alcohol) to eliminate surface contaminants and establish a sterile environment.

  3. Establishment of Culture: The sterilized explant is placed on a nutrient medium containing a precise combination of sugars, salts, vitamins, and plant growth regulators. This medium provides the necessary nutrients for the explant to initiate and develop into a plantlet.

  4. Multiplication: As the explant grows, it develops multiple shoots. These shoots can be separated and cultured individually to increase the number of plantlets. This process allows for rapid multiplication of the desired Anjeer variety.

  5. Rooting and Acclimatization: Once a sufficient number of plantlets have been obtained, they are transferred to a rooting medium to induce root development. The rooted plantlets are then gradually acclimatized to the natural environment by exposing them to controlled conditions. Finally, they are transplanted to pots or the field for further growth and development.

It's important to note that tissue culture techniques for Anjeer or any other plant species can be complex and require specialized laboratory facilities and expertise. If you are interested in Anjeer tissue culture for commercial purposes or specific research applications, I recommend consulting with experts, agricultural institutions, or tissue culture laboratories that specialize in fig propagation. They can provide detailed information on the specific protocols, techniques, and availability of Anjeer tissue culture services in your region.


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