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Tissue Culturing & Other Propagation Techniques of Banana Plants This forum is for discussing propagation techniques of banana plants. Tissue culturing is the popular process of creating clones from a source plant. There are other techniques to propagate banana plants however, such as nicking corms or dividing corms. Learn more inside.


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Old 12-23-2012, 01:18 AM   #21 (permalink)
 
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A chimera contains genetically different cells. If a chimeric plant self-fertilizes, and the pollen is from one genetic type and the ovule is from the other, that's just the same as if the two plants that the cells came from had been crossed without creating a graft, let alone a chimera.
That is what I meant. Do you think there interspecific hybridization, which is impossible under normal circumstances.

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My guess (and this is pure guess) is that if two species won't hybridize the usual way, in most cases they still won't won't hybridize if you make a chimera first (if they'll even make one). But I would guess that there would be some pairs of species where it would help.
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But how can it help if:



[quote=dsws;211620] But plants don't have anything like the circulating stem cells that help replenish at least some animal tissues.

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Plants do have circulating hormones and micro-RNAs. So cells in one part of a plant influence the behavior of cells in other parts.
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By the time you have seed, there's been a cycle of pollen and ovule for crossing to have happened in.

A can-be offspring changes do not occur as a result of sexual hybridization, so that:


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It still doesn't seem to result in hybrids imo but I does seem to influence heredetary traits indeed! Remarkable!

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This will not lead to hybridization in the conventional sense, which is at the confluence of sex cells. But while the name of the individual properties of different compound, the compound of the physical flesh, and transmitted to offspring?
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To get a hybrid, the pollen has to trigger a response from the pistil, the pollen has to react to that response by growing its tube, and so on until the gametes actually meet and fuse. If the characteristics of either pollen or pistil are different because of influences from elsewhere in the plant, that might affect whether they're compatible. My guess is that it usually wouldn't matter, but sometimes would.
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To get a hybrid, the pollen has to trigger a response from the pistil, the pollen has to react to that response by growing its tube, and so on until the gametes actually meet and fuse. If the characteristics of either pollen or pistil are different because of influences from elsewhere in the plant, that might affect whether they're compatible. My guess is that it usually wouldn't matter, but sometimes would.
Finally I understood the meaning of your post. Unfortunately Google does not translate well, and we can not understand each other.
Yes! On grafting, followed by dusting founded one of the methods to overcome the difficulties in crossing distant hybridization. United plants influence each other may be by circulating hormones or miRNAs, and maybe other things.
I am writing about it, almost every post on this topic. But you somehow rule out the possibility of plant impact on each other (post №12). And get the chimera offspring with new traits without hybridization(post №18)!

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