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Plant culture

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Scholars who research "Plant culture" look at a collection of techniques used to maintain or grow plant cells under sterile conditions on a nutrient culture medium of known composition.

Praveen Saxena, Mark Bridgen are some authorities of "Plant culture".

Some questions in "Plant culture" involve What is the process of plant tissue culture? Why is plant tissue culture done? What is organ culture in plant?.

Why study "Plant culture"? Understand techniques used to grow plant cells and organs.

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  • Landscape gardening and architecture

    "Landscape gardening and architecture" is the examination of master planning and design for arranging the outdoor elements on real property. Some motivations are design landscapes in an efficient...

  • Florists

    "Florists" is the study of creating floral bouquets, and other floral arrangements. Professionals of "Florists" include Gregor Lersch, Kristin Banta. learn how to work with flowers to create floral...

  • Pests and diseases

    People who study "Pests and diseases" investigate Any animal or plant detrimental to humans or human concerns. Organism that cause a nuisance. AC Johnson, DN Woruba are a few specialists of "Pests...

  • Plant pathology

    Scholars who research "Plant pathology" look at pathogens, environmental conditions, physiological factors. Mongi Zekri, Stephen Reiners, Mark Bridgen are some authorities of "Plant pathology"....

  • Horticulture

    Scholars who research "Horticulture" look at the art or practice of garden cultivation and management. What's the difference between agriculture and horticulture? What do you learn in horticulture?...

  • Plant harvesting

    Scholars who research "Plant harvesting" look at reaping, mechanization, farm. Some subfields in "Plant harvesting" include seedling, havester, Overexploitation. Some reasons we look at "Plant...

  • Pests and diseases

    Scholars who research "Pests and diseases" look at Working to discover which insects and disease are harmful to plants. People study "Pests and diseases" in order to To combat the battle of plant...

  • Plant Nurseries

    Scholars who research "Plant Nurseries" look at A nursery is a place where plants are propagated and grown to usable size. Some questions in "Plant Nurseries" involve propagation, growing out, or...

  • Food crops

    "Food crops" is the study of nutritious substances derived from plants through agriculture. Norman Borlaug and George Van Scoyoc are some authorities of "Food crops". Some subfields in "Food crops"...

  • Gardens and gardening

    "Gardens and gardening" is the study of "Landscape gardens" (British gardens) have a great variety of flowers and plants, mixed together and growing side by side. The different coloured spots convey...

  • Irrigation farming

    Scholars who research "Irrigation farming" look at application of controlled amounts of water to plants at needed intervals. Professionals of "Irrigation farming" include Snyder, R. L., Williams, J....

  • Artificial light gardening

    "Artificial light gardening" is the examination of A grow light or plant light is an artificial light source, generally an electric light, designed to ... Grow lights are used for horticulture,...

  • Tree crops

    "Tree crops" is the study of groves or orchards of trees that are grown for either an economic or environmental benefit. Some reasons we look at "Tree crops" include understand both modern...

  • Plant Nurseries

    Scholars who research "Plant Nurseries" look at places where photosynthetic eukaryotes of are propagated and grown to usable size. A few scholars of "Plant Nurseries" include SJ Colombo and OT...

  • Fruit and fruit crops

    "Fruit and fruit crops" is Fruit farming, growing of fruit crops, including nuts, primarily for use as human food. Singha, Suman, V. Kanthaswamy are some authorities of "Fruit and fruit crops". Apple...

  • Hydroponics

    "Hydroponics" is the field of the process of growing plants in sand, gravel, or liquid, with added nutrients but without soil. Goals of "Hydroponics" include produce crops and resources while using...

  • Field crops

    "Field crops" is cropping systems and their ecology. Some subfields in "Field crops" include agronomy, physiology, breeding, productivity. Professionals of "Field crops" include Mary Corp, Jeremiah...

  • Flowers and ornamental plants

    "Flowers and ornamental plants" is the field of plants that are grown for decorative purposes. A few scholars of "Flowers and ornamental plants" include Kevin A. Handreck and Neil Black. ...

  • Vegetable crops

    People who study "Vegetable crops" investigate agriculture with respect to vegetables. People study "Vegetable crops" in order to feed the world, improve plant resistance to disease, maximize crop...

  • Seeds

    "Seeds" is reproduction, plants, pollen. Some questions in "Seeds" involve Development, Coat, Structure. Goals of "Seeds" include learn and know the challenges and happenings of the area....

  • Economic botany

    "Economic botany" is the field of the relationship between people (both as individuals and societies) and plants. Some reasons we look at "Economic botany" include understand how humans have...

  • Pesticides

    Scholars who research "Pesticides" look at substances that are meant to control pests, including weeds. Keith Solomon, Murray Isman, Daniel A. Livingstone are a few specialists of "Pesticides". Some...

  • Flower arrangement and decoration

    "Flower arrangement and decoration" is the examination of the arrangement of flowers and the ways of decorating it. Professionals of "Flower arrangement and decoration" include buddhist, asian...

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  • Agriculture

    "Agriculture" is the examination of food production cultivation. A few notable experts of "Agriculture" include Norman Borlaug, M.S. Swaminathan. Some motivations are optimize the methods to...

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