CULTURING PLANTS FROM EMBRYONIC PLANT TISSUE
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Students use this laboratory exercise as a growth medium that contains the macronutrient and micronutrient needs of plants. They observe the effects of different hormones on tissue cultures and must use variations of the basic growth medium.
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