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    by Cynthia S Powers <cyn/metronet.com> (Fri, 27 Nov 1998)

Tissue culture of aquatic plants

by Cynthia S Powers <cyn/metronet.com>
Date: Fri, 27 Nov 1998

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>From: "Carol M. Stiff" <kck@turbonet.com>
>To: "Aquatic Plants Digest" <Aquatic-Plants-Owner@actwin.com>
>Subject: Tissue culture of aquatic plants
>Date: Fri, 27 Nov 1998 08:18:10 -0800
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>Tissue culture of aquatic plants can be done at home without the expensive
>laminar flow hood or autoclave.  Several people on the Home Tissue Culture
>List are doing it.  I sell a kit for home tissue culture that will advise
>you on how to do it, but you can also check out several websites that will
>give you good information.  Go to my resource page:
>
>http://www.home.turbonet.com/kitchenculture/tcinfo.htm
>
>Contamination is a big problem and some of it can be overcome using a
>biocide in your medium.  See the short article regarding aquatics and PPM
>at:
>http://www.home.turbonet.com/kitchenculture/november98ppm.htm
>
>Free samples of PPM are available.  Send me your shipping address and I'll
>have a 30 ml sample sent to you.  And if anyone has a aquatic plant tissue
>culture page developed, please let me know and I will link it to my tissue
>culture resource page.  Thanks.........carol
>
>Carol M. Stiff, Ph.D.
>President and CEO - Kitchen Culture Kits, Inc.
>http://www.home.turbonet.com/kitchenculture
>
>President - Stiff Applied Technology, Inc.
>Webpage Development and Training
>http://www.home.turbonet.com/sati/sati.htm
>
>Vice President - Plant Cell Technology, Inc.
>Commissioned Sales Associate/Technical Advisor
>http://www.home.turbonet.com/kitchenculture/ppmnew.htm
>
>


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