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PLANT TISSUE C ULTURE LABORATORY

In Malaysia, biotechnology receives large-scale support from Malaysian Government to accelerate agriculture development, the thrust area for growth in the country. Biotechnology has the potential to make major contributions not only to the crop improvement, but also to the conservation and use of plant genetic resources.

Research on plant biotechnology has been vigorously pursued at the Faculty of science, University of Malaya for the last 40 years supported by local and international grants. The Plant Biotechnology Incubator Unit was established in 2003.

In Malaysia, biotechnology receives large-scale support from Malaysian Government to accelerate agriculture development, the thrust area for growth in the country. Biotechnology has the potential to make major contributions not only to the crop improvement, but also to the conservation and use of plant genetic resources.

In Malaysia, biotechnology receives large-scale support from Malaysian Government to accelerate agriculture development, the thrust area for growth in the country. Biotechnology has the potential to make major contributions not only to the crop improvement, but also to the conservation and use of plant genetic resources.

In Malaysia, biotechnology receives large-scale support from Malaysian Government to accelerate agriculture development, the thrust area for growth in the country. Biotechnology has the potential to make major contributions not only to the crop improvement, but also to the conservation and use of plant genetic resources.

In Malaysia, biotechnology receives large-scale support from Malaysian Government to accelerate agriculture development, the thrust area for growth in the country. Biotechnology has the potential to make major contributions not only to the crop improvement, but also to the conservation and use of plant genetic resources.

In Malaysia, biotechnology receives large-scale support from Malaysian Government to accelerate agriculture development, the thrust area for growth in the country. Biotechnology has the potential to make major contributions not only to the crop improvement, but also to the conservation and use of plant genetic resources.

In Malaysia, biotechnology receives large-scale support from Malaysian Government to accelerate agriculture development, the thrust area for growth in the country. Biotechnology has the potential to make major contributions not only to the crop improvement, but also to the conservation and use of plant genetic resources.

In Malaysia, biotechnology receives large-scale support from Malaysian Government to accelerate agriculture development, the thrust area for growth in the country. Biotechnology has the potential to make major contributions not only to the crop improvement, but also to the conservation and use of plant genetic resources.

In Malaysia, biotechnology receives large-scale support from Malaysian Government to accelerate agriculture development, the thrust area for growth in the country. Biotechnology has the potential to make major contributions not only to the crop improvement, but also to the conservation and use of plant genetic resources.

In Malaysia, biotechnology receives large-scale support from Malaysian Government to accelerate agriculture development, the thrust area for growth in the country. Biotechnology has the potential to make major contributions not only to the crop improvement, but also to the conservation and use of plant genetic resources.

In Malaysia, biotechnology receives large-scale support from Malaysian Government to accelerate agriculture development, the thrust area for growth in the country. Biotechnology has the potential to make major contributions not only to the crop improvement, but also to the conservation and use of plant genetic resources.

In Malaysia, biotechnology receives large-scale support from Malaysian Government to accelerate agriculture development, the thrust area for growth in the country. Biotechnology has the potential to make major contributions not only to the crop improvement, but also to the conservation and use of plant genetic resources.

In Malaysia, biotechnology receives large-scale support from Malaysian Government to accelerate agriculture development, the thrust area for growth in the country. Biotechnology has the potential to make major contributions not only to the crop improvement, but also to the conservation and use of plant genetic resources.

Research on plant biotechnology has been vigorously pursued at the Faculty of science, University of Malaya for the last 40 years supported by local and international grants. The Plant Biotechnology Incubator Unit was established in 2003.

Research on plant biotechnology has been vigorously pursued at the Faculty of science, University of Malaya for the last 40 years supported by local and international grants. The Plant Biotechnology Incubator Unit was established in 2003.

Research on plant biotechnology has been vigorously pursued at the Faculty of science, University of Malaya for the last 40 years supported by local and international grants. The Plant Biotechnology Incubator Unit was established in 2003.

Research on plant biotechnology has been vigorously pursued at the Faculty of science, University of Malaya for the last 40 years supported by local and international grants. The Plant Biotechnology Incubator Unit was established in 2003.

Research on plant biotechnology has been vigorously pursued at the Faculty of science, University of Malaya for the last 40 years supported by local and international grants. The Plant Biotechnology Incubator Unit was established in 2003.

Introduction

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1.     Plant tissue culture/cloning/photocopy
2.     Manipulation of genetic information for crop improvement    

 PLANT TISSUE CULTURE
 
"......the art and science of multiplying plants in vitro."

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 Product of plant tissue Culture
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CLONES

 Individuals with similar genetic makeup with the original/mother plant


Objective

OBJECTIVES OF PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY INCUBATOR UNIT (PBIU)  

  • To promote biotechnology and enabling technologies for agriculture
  • To facilitate rapid technology transfer from the laboratory to industry
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Contact Us
A301, Block A, Level 3
Institute of Postgraduate Studies Building (IPS)
University Of Malaya (UM)
50603 Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia

Tel  : 03- 7967 6981/ 5804
Fax : 03- 7967 6985
Email : pbiu@um.edu.my 
Last Update: November 07, 2017