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World Tissue Culture Bank

  • Subject: World Tissue Culture Bank
  • From: Jill Bell <godjillab@home.com>
  • Date: Sat, 28 Jul 2001 15:52:01 -0500 (CDT)

I know that this idea has probably been thought of, and it is naive on my
part to think such a thing might work, but is there a way to store the type
of cells of a plant that are needed to make tissue cultures?  Perhaps there
would be a way to have a world-owned (in the United States of course, just
kidding) bank for these things so that there could be a proverbial Noah's
Ark for botanical culture.
What do you all think?
Jill Bell
Illustration, Graphic Design, Web Design and Digital Photography

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