Plant tissue culture

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Plant tissue culture

  1. 1. Presentation on Basic & Aseptic TechniquesMedia Preparation & Sterilization By: Aarti Dwivedi Aarti Nagdev Ankit Jha
  2. 2. Basic Steps of PTC
  3. 3. Introduction Principles of plant tissue culture : Tissue culture simply directs and assistants the natural potential within the plant to put forth new growth and the multiply in highly efficiently and predictable way.  Totipotency i.e is the capacity of an individual all to regenerate in to the whole plant, the concept of totipotency (T.H. Morgan, 1901).  All the plant cells have their property since potential lies mainly in cellular differentiation. This indicates that all genes responsible for differentiation tissue or organ are able to express only under adequate culture conditions.
  4. 4. Introduction The three main changes or stages is the complete development an ordered change or progress often towards a higher more complex state of a cell are  Cell division  Cell elongation  Cell Maturation Two kinds of plant growth are possible in vitro  Organized Growth : Occurs either when organized plant parts or organs such as the growing point apical Meristem of shoots or roots leaf initials, young flower buds and small fruit are transferred to culture (where they may continue to grow with their structure preserved ) or when these structure are formed afresh during the culture of unorganized tissues.  Unorganized Growth : Occurs when pieces of whole plant are cultured in vitro. The tissue thus formed typically lack any recognizable structure contain only limited no of the many different kinds of specialized cells found in an intact plant.
  5. 5. Basic Techniques Setting up of a tissue culture lab requires proper planning. It is divided into 5 areas Media preparation room Aseptic transfer area Culture room Analytical room Acclimatization room
  6. 6. Media Preparation Room Refrigerator & freezer Water purification & storage system Glassware washing facility Continuous supply of single & double distilled water Culture media, washing powder, disinfectants Cabinets or shelves
  7. 7. Aseptic Transfer Area Laminar air flow Dissecting microscopes Dissection instruments Gas outlet Vacuum facility Sterilizer
  8. 8. Culture Room Environmentally controlled Incubators with controlled temperature Rotary shakers Lux meter Space for cultures requiring complete darkness
  9. 9. Analytical Room Colorimeter Low speed centrifuge Inverted centrifuge Chemical reagent racks Viscosity meter Gas outlet
  10. 10. Acclimatization Room High illumination(4,000-10,000 lux) High humidity(90-100% through mist & fog systems)
  11. 11. Miscellaneous Items Air conditioners Uninterrupted power supply Bunsen burners Aluminium foils Fluorescent lamps Fire fighting equipment
  12. 12. Media No single medium supports growth of all tissues. Some basic factors Callus induction Organogenesis Murashige-Skoog medium, White’s medium, woody plant medium
  13. 13. Media Components
  14. 14. Media Components
  15. 15. Media Components
  16. 16. MS media Macronutrients •Common organic additives  Ammonium nitrate (NH4NO3): 1,650 mg/l •i-Inositol: 100 mg/l  Boric acid (H3BO3): 6.2 mg/l •Niacin: 0.5 mg/l •Pyridoxine · HCl: 0.5 mg/l  Calcium chloride (CaCl2 · 2H2O): 440 mg/l •Thiamine · HCl: 0.1 mg/l  Cobalt chloride (CoCl2 · 6H2O): 0.025 mg/l •IAA: 1–30 mg/l  Magnesium sulfate (MgSO4 · 7H2O): 370 mg/l •Kinetin: 0.04–10 mg/l  Cupric sulfate (CuSO4 · 5H2O): 0.025 mg/l •Glycine (recrystallized):  Potassium phosphate (KH2PO4): 170 mg/l 2.0 g/l •Edamine (ethane-1,2-  Ferrous sulfate (FeSO4 · 7H2O): 27.8 mg/l diamine): 1.0 g/l  Potassium nitrate (KNO3): 1,900 mg/l •Sucrose: 20 g/l  Manganese sulfate (MnSO4 · 4H2O): 22.3 mg/l •Agar: 10 g/l  Potassium iodide (KI): 0.83 mg/l  Sodium molybdate (Na2MoO4 · 2H2O): 0.25 mg/l  Zinc sulfate (ZnSO4·7H2O): 8.6 mg/l  Na2EDTA · 2H2O: 37.2 mg/l
  17. 17. Sterilization
  18. 18. Sterilization Physical methods Filtration ○ Reducing microbial population in heat sensitive solutions ○ 2 types of membrane filters  Gradocol membrane  Cellulose membrane ○ Air sterilization: HEPA filters in LAF
  19. 19. Sterilization Physical Methods Radiation ○ UV lamps placed in ceilings or in biological safety cabinets ○ Water treatment ○ Surgical area, instruments, hospitals, schools, storage, warehouses Chemical Methods Using strong disinfectants
  20. 20. Disinfection Heat Disinfection Eating utensils & clothing Removes all non-sporing bacteria Chemical Disinfectants Strong: formalin Mild: ethyl alcohol, iodine, soap
  21. 21. Sterilization of plant tissues Plant tissues Sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl): most common to sterilize plant tissues Calcium hypochlorite (CaOCl): less damage than NaOCl Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2): easily removed from tissues Other substances: bromine water, silver nitrate, mercuric chloride
  22. 22. Cleaning Glassware/plasticware in 10% commercial detergent liquid. Wash with tap water (to remove detergent). Rinse in double distilled water, and allow to dry overnight.
  23. 23. Sterilization Techniques
  24. 24. Refrences A text book of Biotechnology: R.C.Dubey Plant Tissue Culture: S.S.Purohit www.wikipedia.org

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