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Date Palm Biotechnology Protocols Volume I By Jameel M. Al-Khayri

Date Palm Biotechnology Protocols Volume I by Jameel M. Al-Khayri

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Date Palm Biotechnology Protocols Volume I Summary

Date Palm Biotechnology Protocols Volume I: Tissue Culture Applications by Jameel M. Al-Khayri

This two-volume book is a valuable resource to students, researchers, scientists, commercial producers, consultants and policymakers interested in agriculture or plant sciences particularly in date palm biotechnology. Date Palm Biotechnology Protocols, Volume 1: Tissue Culture and Applications is comprised of 27 chapters covering adventitious organogenesis, somatic embryogenesis, contamination, hyperhydricity, acclimatization, cell suspension, protoplast and bioreactors, genetic transformation secondary metabolites, and abiotic stress. Written in the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology series format, chapters include introductions to their respective topics, lists of the necessary materials and reagents, step-by-step, readily reproducible laboratory protocols, and tips on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls.

Authoritative and practical, Date Palm Biotechnology Protocols, Volume 1: Tissue Culture and Applications aims to supplement the previous volume and to provide precise stepwise protocols in the field of date palm biotechnology.

Table of Contents

Part I Adventitious Organogenesis


Cultivar-Dependent Direct Organogenesis of Date Palm from Shoot Tip Explants

Larbi Abahmane


NAA-Induced Direct Organogenesis from Female Immature Inflorescence Explants of Date Palm

Hussam S.M. Khierallah, Saleh M. Bader, and Makki A. Al-Khafaji


Direct Organogenesis from Immature Female Inflorescence of Date Palm by Gradual Reduction of 2,4-D Concentration

Ezz El-Din G. Gadalla


Optimized Direct Organogenesis from Shoot Tip Explants of Date Palm

Rehab Sidky


Direct Organogenesis and Indirect Somatic Embryogenesis by In Vitro Reversion of Mature Female Floral Buds to a Vegetative State

Eman M.M. Zayed

Part II Somatic Embryogenesis


Enhanced Indirect Somatic Embryogenesis of Date Palm Using Low Levels of Seawater

Rania A. Taha


Enhanced Indirect Somatic Embryogenesis from Shoot-Tip Explants of Date Palm by Gradual Reductions of 2,4-D Concentration

Zeinab E. Zayed


Indirect Somatic Embryogenesis from Mature Inflorescence Explant of Date Palm

Ali M. Al-Ali, Chien-Ying Ko , Sultan A. Al-Sulaiman, Sami O. Al-Otaibi, Abd Almonem H. Al-Khamees, and Megahed H. Ammar


Indirect Somatic Embryogenesis of Date Palm Using Juvenile Leaf Explants and Low 2,4-D Concentration

Lotfi Fki, Walid Kriaa, Ameni Nasri, Emna Baklouti, Olfa Chkir, Raja B. Masmoudi, Alain Rival, and Noureddine Drira


Desiccation-Enhanced Maturation and Germination of Date Palm Somatic Embryos Derived from Cell Suspension Culture

Nazim Boufis, Khayreddine Titouh, and Lakhdar Khelifi


Desiccation and Cold Hardening of Date Palm Somatic Embryos Improve Germination

Hussein J. Shareef


Histological Evidence of Indirect Somatic Embryogenesis from Immature Female Date Palm Inflorescences

Eman M. M. Zayed and Ola H. Abdelbar


Histological Analysis of Developmental Stages of Direct Somatic Embryogenesis Induced from In Vitro Leaf Explants of Date Palm

Ola H. Abdelbar

Part III Contamination, Hyperhydricity and Acclimatization


Identifying and Controlling Contamination of Date Palm Tissue Cultures

Abeer H.E. Abd-El Kareim


Controlling Hyperhydricity in Date Palm In Vitro Culture by Reduced Concentration of Nitrate Nutrients

Maiada M. El-Dawayati and Zeinab E. Zayed


Improvement of In Vitro Date Palm Plantlet Acclimatization Rate with Kinetin and Hoagland Solution

Mona M. Hassan

Part IV Cell Suspension, Protoplast and Bioreactors


Plant Regeneration from Somatic Embryogenic Suspension Cultures of Date Palm

Mansour A. Abohatem and Mohmmed Baaziz


Synchronization of Somatic Embryogenesis in Date Palm Suspension Culture Using Abscisic Acid

Hussain A. Alwael, Poornananda M. Naik, and Jameel M. Al-Khayri


Microcalli Induction in Protoplasts Isolated from Embryogenic Callus of Date Palm

Khayreddine Titouh, Nazim Boufis, and Lakhdar Khelifi


Temporary Immersion System for Date Palm Micropropagation

Ahmed Othmani, Chokri Bayoudh, Amel Sellemi and Noureddine Drira


Plantform Bioreactor for Mass Micropropagation of Date Palm

Abdulminam H.A. Almusawi, Abdullah J. Sayegh, Ansam M.S. Alshanaw, and John L. Griffis, Jr.

Part V Genetic Transformation


Genetic Transformation of Date Palm via Microprojectile Bombardment


Microprojectile Bombardment Transformation of Date Palm Using the Insecticidal Cholesterol Oxidase (ChoA) Gene

Mai A. Allam and Mahmoud M. Saker


Transient GUS Gene Expression in Date Palm Fruit Using Agroinjection Transformation Technique

Mohei El-Din M. Solliman, Hebaallah A. Mohasseb, Abdullatif A. Al-Khateeb, Jameel M. Al-Khayri, and Suliman A. Al-Khateeb

Part VI Secondary Metabolites and Abiotic Stress


Bioreactor Steroid Production and Analysis of Date Palm Embryogenic Callus

Sherif El-Sharabasy and Maiada El-Dawayati


Extraction and Estimation of Secondary Metabolites from Date Palm Cell Suspension Cultures

Poornananda M. Naik and Jameel M. Al-Khayri


In Vitro Assessment of Abiotic Stress in Date Palm: Salinity and Drought

Jameel M. Al-Khayri, Poornananda M. Naik, and Hussain A. Alwael

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