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  Amorphophallus propagation
From: "Motta, Marco" <Marco.Motta at andrew.com> on 2009.11.05 at 02:29:00(20245)
I have read the article about “micropropagationof Aroid” on aroid web site, you can find here:

http://www.aroid.org/horticulture/tculture.php

But unfortunately some link don’t work, thepage was removed, anyone can help me?

Below the missing page link:

"PlantTissue Culture for Home Gardeners"

http://www.une.edu.au/~agronomy/AgSSrHortTCinfo.html

"TissueCulture in the Home Kitchen"

http://www2.labs.agilent.com/botany/cp/slides/tc/tc.htm

BR

MarcoMotta

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From: aheksel <uusseell at yahoo.se> on 2009.11.10 at 00:42:11(20250)
Hello
I just read the same article the other day.
All i could find was this:
http://www.omnisterra.com/botany/cp/slides/tc/tc.htm

it's the "tissue culture in the home kitchen" by Rick Walker
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From: Scott Hyndman <hyndman at aroid.org> on 2009.11.10 at 14:35:09(20259)
Dear Marco,

Since this page on aroid tissue culture propagation was first
published in 1996, you have discovered one of the many unfortunate
faults of the Web as a long term medium for informational exchange,
ie. dead or broken links. Thank you for finding these two.

The link to Acram Tami's site is apparently gone, which is a shame.

Rick Walker's site "Tissue culture in the Home Kitchen" is now at
http://www.omnisterra.com/botany/cp/slides/tc/tc.htm The information
is just as applicable today as it was in 1996.

In a future updated edition of the Micropropagation of Aroids, I will
also suggest the site of Carol Stiff at http://
www.hometissueculture.org/

If you are looking for tissue culture research reports detailing the
tissue culture of Amorphophallus specifically, please contact me off
the list and I can send you some.

Happy cloning, Scott

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From: Derek Burch <dburch23 at bellsouth.net> on 2009.11.13 at 03:19:48(20270)
Dear Scott,

All editors live in hope ...!

And while I am writing, I still have you pencilled in (per your suggestion) for help with submissions of cultivar names in Caladium.

Best, Derek

From: Scott Hyndman

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