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An efficient, rapid and reproducible micropropagation protocol for Ginger (Zingiber officinale L.)


  • Promotional TT fee to celebrate Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav (75th anniversary of Independence) is applicable for Technologies w.e.f 2nd October 2021 to 30th September 2023**
An efficient, rapid and reproducible micropropagation protocol for Ginger (Zingiber officinale L.)

1 An efficient, rapid and reproducible micropropagation protocol for Ginger (Zingiber officinale L.)

Ginger (Zingiber officinale L.) belongs to the family Zingiberaceae and is one of the world’s most consumed dietary condiments. This is valuable not only as a spice but also as herbal medicine. Due to poor flowering and seeds setting, ginger is propagated vegetatively through its rhizomes. The productivity of ginger is severely affected by high variation, low proliferation rate and availability of disease-free rhizomes as planting material. Tissue culture is an efficient means for rapid multiplication of important plants especially vegetatively propagated ones. We developed a highly efficient, fast and reproducible protocol for the micropropagation of ginger using sprouted buds of rhizomes.
An efficient, rapid and reproducible micropropagation protocol for Ginger (Zingiber officinale L.)

1 An efficient, rapid and reproducible micropropagation protocol for Ginger (Zingiber officinale L.)

Brief Description
Ginger (Zingiber officinale L.) belongs to the family Zingiberaceae and is one of the world’s most consumed dietary condiments. This is valuable not only as a spice but also as herbal medicine. Due to poor flowering and seeds setting, ginger is propagated vegetatively through its rhizomes. The productivity of ginger is severely affected by high variation, low proliferation rate and availability of disease-free rhizomes as planting material. Tissue culture is an efficient means for rapid multiplication of important plants especially vegetatively propagated ones. We developed a highly efficient, fast and reproducible protocol for the micropropagation of ginger using sprouted buds of rhizomes.

Salient Feature
  •           Production of uniform or true type ginger plants: Rapid multiplication
  •           Requirement of limited number of explants
  •            Produce from tissue-culture plants at par with that of rhizome-raised plants.
  •           Germplasm conservation
  •           Disease-free planting material                                            


Advantages
  • Efficient and rapid micropropagation protocol developed.
  • Production of uniform and disease-free planting material on large scale.  
  • Plants produced using our protocol reduce the cropping period by 40 days.
  • Availability of planting material throughout the year.
  • No problem of dormancy as in the case of rhizomes as planting material. 


Areas of Application

   1. Agriculture sector 

 2. Biotechnology Companies

An efficient, rapid and reproducible micropropagation protocol for Ginger (Zingiber officinale L.)

1 An efficient, rapid and reproducible micropropagation protocol for Ginger (Zingiber officinale L.)

Brief Description
Ginger (Zingiber officinale L.) belongs to the family Zingiberaceae and is one of the world’s most consumed dietary condiments. This is valuable not only as a spice but also as herbal medicine. Due to poor flowering and seeds setting, ginger is propagated vegetatively through its rhizomes. The productivity of ginger is severely affected by high variation, low proliferation rate and availability of disease-free rhizomes as planting material. Tissue culture is an efficient means for rapid multiplication of important plants especially vegetatively propagated ones. We developed a highly efficient, fast and reproducible protocol for the micropropagation of ginger using sprouted buds of rhizomes.

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Advantages
  • Efficient and rapid micropropagation protocol developed.
  • Production of uniform and disease-free planting material on large scale.  
  • Plants produced using our protocol reduce the cropping period by 40 days.
  • Availability of planting material throughout the year.
  • No problem of dormancy as in the case of rhizomes as planting material. 


Areas of Application

   1. Agriculture sector 

 2. Biotechnology Companies



Salient Feature
  •           Production of uniform or true type ginger plants: Rapid multiplication
  •           Requirement of limited number of explants
  •            Produce from tissue-culture plants at par with that of rhizome-raised plants.
  •           Germplasm conservation
  •           Disease-free planting material                                            


Facilities Required

1.  Basic plant tissue culture laboratory.

2.  Autoclave, laminar airflow and plant growth room, green house

3.  Growth media to grow plants under in vitro condition.



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