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Re: Agar to Soil: tc

Hi again
	One last time. Here is the info on the video. This woman is from India
who lives in Autralia so you can imagine what kind of accent she has.

Basic Plant Tissue Culture
The video
The purpose of this  new video is to provide the theoretical as well as
practical basis of plant tissue culture for the production of higher
via in vitro techniques.  The video covers the following important
        1-  Stock plant management
        2-  Media preparation
        3-  Aseptic procedures
        4-  Stages of micropropagation including initiation,
multiplication,     rooting and acclimatisation (hardening off).
This video is aimed at teachers, researchers,  students, nursery people
other individuals who are interested in plant cell, tissue and organ
culture, particularly in clonal propagation. The video may also be used
conjunction with the text book Plant Tissue Culture Practice (Taji, Dodd
and Williams-  Third Edition 1997).

Produced and presented by Acram Taji
Division of Agronomy and Soil Science, University of New England
August 1997.

ISBN    1 86389 448 9
VHS approximately 45 minutes
Price: $45 plus $8 for  packaging and postage within Australia (i.e
Australian Dollar).

Further information:

Dr Acram Taji
Division of Agronomy and Soil Science
University of New England
Armidale, NSW, 2351. AUSTRALIA

Telephone:                      02-67-732869 International
Fax:                            02-67-733238 Interfnational
Email:                  ataji@metz.une.edu.au


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