in vitro plant structure
- plant anatomy
- exact: estructura vegetal in vito (Spanish)
- exact: 培養下植物構造 (Japanese)
- A plant structure (PO:0009011) that is grown or maintained in vitro. [source: POC:curators, POC:Laurel_Cooper]
- In vitro growth is defined as microbe-free growth in a sterile, culture environment, usually in the laboratory. An example of a sterile culture environment is growth on or in a nutrient medium in a Petri dish, culture flask or test tube. Microbes may be intentionally added to the culture environment, such as in co-culture with Agrobacterium.
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