medium formulation

medium formulation
In tissue culture, the particular constituents for the culture medium, commonly comprising macro- and micro-elements, vitamins, plant hormones, and a carbohydrate source. Some formulations are very specific to the kind of explant or plant species that can be maintained; some are very general.

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