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From: angel morales angel151 at earthlink.net> on 2002.03.21 at 19:32:22(8315)
Title: hey all.

Need to find out the meaning of tissue culture, as it is used and applied to plant idiom or vernacular. thanks angel
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From: Scott Hyndman hyndman at aroid.org> on 2002.03.22 at 07:05:33(8316)
Angel,

There is a lot of information on the Web about plant tissue culture. Use
any good search engine with your keywords and you will be set for quite a
long session of reading the numerous sites out there. There is also a
discussion list on the topic. You can sign up and/or read the archives at
http://www.agro.agri.umn.edu/plant-tc/listserv/.

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From: Alektra at aol.com on 2002.03.22 at 07:06:28(8319)
Angel, I suggest http://www.kitchenculturekit.com
Also, on the front page of that site, there is a hotlink to a links page
which, if I recall correctly, includes a way to sign up on a tissue culture
discussion list.

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From: Jill Bell jbell_buxton at yahoo.com> on 2002.03.22 at 07:06:41(8320)
Hi Angel,
Tissue culture is when they clone a plant. It is
taken from the growth point of the plant. There are
sites, if you do a search that will tell you all about
tissue culture. A good portion of the hybrid plants
on the mass market today are tissue cultures.
I hope this helps,
Jill
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From: angel morales angel151 at earthlink.net> on 2002.03.22 at 20:16:19(8327)
Title: Re: hey all.

Did a tissue culture search, founds lots of info on the subject. thanks angel
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