generation of new, disease-free potato plants from tiny pieces of meristem tissue.
Propagation undertaken in tissue culture.
Technique of producing new plants by taking cells from an existing plant and growing them in sterile conditions.
propagation of tissue, organs, embryo, seed, and so on, using sterile culture, in vitro methods
The vegetative propagation of plants in vitro.
Français] An in vitro asexual plant reproduction method. This technique creates progenies that are genetically identical to the parent. The process is analogous to photocopying for creating identical multiple copies.
The use of biotechnological methods to grow large numbers of plants from very small pieces of plants, often from single cells using tissue culture methods.
the mass production of plants from small amounts of cells or tissue
The use of tissue culture to grow inactive axillary buds into whole plants with very little somaclonal variation, unlike adventitious propagation.
In vitro clonal propagation of plants from shoot tips or nodal explants, usually with an accelerated proliferation of shoots during subcultures.
Micropropagation is the practice of rapidly multiplying stock plant material to produce a large number of progeny plants, using modern plant tissue culture methods.