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Old 06-09-2008, 11:34 PM   #19 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Chironex View Post
Richard I got the same book from Amazon last week and I'm reading it too. I have also made contact with the Doctor that runs the Kitchen Culture website. She has sent me some more info as well as given my email to her associate who specializes in bananas. I must have downloaded a gazillion pages of info on TC already. Now if i could just find the time to read all of it. Burned through a fresh ink cartridge already.
I would take all those pages you printed from the internet and throw them into the paper recycling. No really, some of them probably are worthwhile, but for any research in just about any subject: first read a thorough, well-rated book like the one we have. 2nd, if the book does not contain what is referred to as "survey of the literature", then find one and read further on topics as needed.

Also I would caution that reading the "how to" of Tiissue Culture is a bit like reading how to be a master cabinet maker. I expect it is going to take me a lot of patience and practice, including going through the amateur, apprentice, and journeyman phases.
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