Photoautotrophic (Sugar-Free Medium) Micropropagation as a New Micropropagation and Transplant Production System

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T. Kozai
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1. Introduction; T. Kozai
2. Units and terminology use for the studies of photoautotrophic micropropagation; T. Kozai, C. Kubota
3. Concepts, definitions, ventilation methods, advantages and disadvantages; T. Kozai, C. Kubota
4. In vitro aerial environments and their effects on growth and development of plants; T. Kozai, C. Kubota
5. In vitro root zone environments and their effects on growth and development of plants; T. Kozai, C. Kubota
6. Physiological and anatomical characteristics of in vitro photoautotrophic plants; F. Afreen
7. Photoautotrophic plant conversion in the process of somatic embryogenesis; F. Afreen, S.M.A. Zobayed
8. Photoautotrophic micropropagation of woody species; Q.T. Nguyen, T. Kozai
9. Ventilation in micropropagation; S.M.A. Zobayed
10. A commercialized photoautotrophic micropropagation system using large vessels with forced ventilation; Y. Xiao, T. Kozai
11. Low temperature storage of plants under dim light; C. Kubota
12. Modelling and simulation for production planning in photoautotrophic micropropagation; C. Kubota
13. Modelling and simulation in photoautotrophic micropropagation; G. Niu
14. Frequently asked questions; C. Kubota, T. Kozai
15. Plant species successfully micropropagated photoautotrophically; C. Kubota, F. Afreen, S.M.A. Zobayed
16. Reconsideration of conventional micropropagation systems; T. Kozai
17. Closed systems with lamps for high quality transplant production at low costs using minimum resources; T. Kozai
18. Concluding remarks; S.M.A. Zobayed, F. Afreen
Subject Index
This book provides two basic concepts on plant propagation and value-added transplant production in a closed structure with artificial lighting: 1) photoautotrophic (sugar-free medium, photosynthetic or inorganic nutrition) micropropagation systems, and 2) closed transplant production systems with minimum resource consumption and environmental pollution. This book also describes the methodology, technology and practical techniques employed in both systems, which have been commercialized recently in some Asian countries such as China and Japan. We often use a closed structure such as a tissue culture vessel, a culture room, a growth chamber, a plant factory with lamps, and a greenhouse to propagate plants and produce transplants. Main reasons why we use such a closed structure is: 1) higher controllability of the environment for desired plant growth, 2) easier protection of plants from damage by harsh physical environment, pathogens, insects, animals, etc, 3) easier reduction in resource consumption for environmental control and protection, and 4) higher quality and productivity of plants at a lower cost, compared with the plant propagation and transplant production under rain, wind and sunlight shelters and in the open fields. Thus, there should be some knowledge, discipline, methodology, technology and problems to be solved on plant propagation and transplant production common to those closed structures, regardless of the types and sizes of the closed structure.

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