Discuss advantages and disadvantages of tissue culture.​


Discuss advantages and disadvantages of tissue culture.​

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Acacia 2 years 2021-07-27T15:48:21+00:00 1 Answers 32 views 0

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    There are several advantages to using the tissue culture process. We already mentioned its effectiveness in helping developing countries to increase food production, but what are some other advantages that may be relevant to you?

    The new plantlets can be grown in a short amount of time.

    Only a small amount of initial plant tissue is required.

    The new plantlets and plants are more likely to be free of viruses and diseases.

    The process is not dependant on the seasons and can be done throughout the year.

    You need only a relatively small space to perform the process (ten times the plants in one-tenth of the space).

    On a larger scale, the tissue culture process helps to supply the consumer market with new subspecies and variety.

    People looking to cultivate challenging plants such as specific breeds of orchid find more success with the tissue culture process than traditional soil.


    Tissue Culture can require more labor and cost more money.

    There is a chance that the propagated plants will be less resilient to diseases due to the type of environment they are grown in.

    It is imperative that, before being cultured, the material is screened; failure to pick up any abnormalities could lead to the new plants being infected.

    While the success rate is high if the correct procedures are followed, success with the tissue culture is not a guarantee. There is still a chance that the process triggers a secondary metabolic chemical reaction, and the new explants or cells’ growth gets stunted, or even die off.


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