Krystyna Klimaszewska mainly investigates Somatic embryogenesis, Botany, Embryo, Tissue culture and Pinus pinaster. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Gellan gum, Abscisic acid, Somatic cell, Micropropagation and Transformation. Krystyna Klimaszewska has researched Gellan gum in several fields, including Germination, Agar and Sucrose.
Her work deals with themes such as Developmental biology, Horticulture and Embryogenesis, which intersect with Somatic cell. Her Botany research includes themes of Primordium, Organogenesis and Apomixis. The various areas that Krystyna Klimaszewska examines in her Pinus pinaster study include Zygote, Plant propagation and Plant production.
Her primary areas of investigation include Botany, Somatic embryogenesis, Somatic cell, Embryo and Tissue culture. The various areas that Krystyna Klimaszewska examines in her Botany study include Micropropagation, Plantlet and Horticulture. Her research in Somatic embryogenesis intersects with topics in Transformation, Abscisic acid and Germination.
Her research integrates issues of Microarray analysis techniques, Genotype and Candidate gene in her study of Somatic cell. The concepts of her Embryo study are interwoven with issues in Phenotype and Pinus pinaster. Her Tissue culture research integrates issues from Larch and Cryopreservation.
Her primary scientific interests are in Somatic embryogenesis, Botany, Shoot, Somatic cell and Gene expression. Her work carried out in the field of Somatic embryogenesis brings together such families of science as Biotechnology, Reforestation and Horticulture. Botany is a component of her Callus and Plant physiology studies.
Krystyna Klimaszewska usually deals with Somatic cell and limits it to topics linked to Germination and Human fertilization, Incubation and Seedling. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Candidate gene, Regulation of gene expression and Cell biology. Within one scientific family, Krystyna Klimaszewska focuses on topics pertaining to Embryo under Explant culture, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Primordium, Plant development, Gene expression profiling and Meristem.
Krystyna Klimaszewska mainly focuses on Somatic embryogenesis, Primordium, Biomass, Cutting and Tree breeding. Her Somatic embryogenesis study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Computational biology. Her study in Computational biology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Epigenetics, Proteomics, Gene, Genome and Gymnosperm.
Her Primordium study combines topics in areas such as Shoot, Botany, Somatic cell, Explant culture and Cryopreservation. Her Botany research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Plant development and Embryo. Her Biomass research includes themes of Reforestation and Seed orchard.
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Recalcitrance in clonal propagation, in particular of conifers
J. M. Bonga;K. K. Klimaszewska;P. von Aderkas.
Plant Cell Tissue and Organ Culture (2010)
Maturation of somatic embryos of Pinus strobus is promoted by a high concentration of gellan gum
Krystyna Klimaszewska;Dale R. Smith.
Physiologia Plantarum (1997)
Somatic embryogenesis and plantlet development in Pinus sylvestris and Pinus pinaster on medium with and without growth regulators
Marie-Anne Lelu;Catherine Bastien;Aurélie Drugeault;Marie-Laure Gouez.
Physiologia Plantarum (1999)
Optimized somatic embryogenesis in Pinus strobus L.
Krystyna Klimaszewska;Yill-Sung Park;Cathy Overton;Ian Maceacheron.
In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology – Plant (2001)
Stable genetic transformation of white pine (Pinus strobus L.) after cocultivation of embryogenic tissues with Agrobacterium tumefaciens
V. Levée;E. Garin;K. Klimaszewska;A. Séguin.
Molecular Breeding (1999)
Recent Progress in Somatic Embryogenesis of Four Pinus spp.
Krystyna Klimaszewska;Jean-François Trontin;Michael R. Becwar;Christine Devillard.
Initiation of somatic embryogenesis in Pinus banksiana, P. strobus, P. pinaster, and P. sylvestris at three laboratories in Canada and France
Y. S. Park;M. A. Lelu-Walter;L. Harvengt;J. F. Trontin.
Plant Cell Tissue and Organ Culture (2006)
Influence of gelling agents on culture medium gel strength, water availability, tissue water potential, and maturation response in embryogenic cultures of Pinus strobus L.
K. Klimaszewska;M. bernier-Cardou;D. R. Cyr;B. C. S. Sutton.
In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology – Plant (2000)
Simplified and improved somatic embryogenesis for clonal propagation of Pinus pinaster (Ait.).
Marie-Anne Lelu-Walter;Michele Bernier-Cardou;Krystyna Klimaszewska.
Plant Cell Reports (2006)
Plantlet development from immature zygotic embryos of hybrid larch through somatic embryogenesis
Plant Science (1989)
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