CONTENTS:- 1. Morphology of Cell; 2. Chemical Environment of Cell; 3. Centrifugation; 4. Primary Cell Line; 5. Plant cell culture; 6. Formation of Protoplasts; 7. Maintenance of a cell line; 8. Isolation of Chloroplasts; 9. Isolation of Genomic DNA; 10. Isolation of Chloroplast DNA; 11. Isolation of Mitochondria; 12. Principle of Chromatography; 13. Spectrophotometry; 14. Cytological Techniques; 15. Histological Stains; 16. Histochemical stains; 17. Specific staining for various tissues; 18. The Microscopes;
"Cell Biotechnology" is an effervescent science, a new wave of science, a verdant field of research. It is at once intensely technical and intensely commercial. This branch of biotechnology powerfully diverted the attention of biologists, chemists, engineers and indeed all manner of technically minded professional and lay people. Its commercial relevance inevitably attracts the curiosity not only of people who just wish to understand what is going on around them but also of those whose business it is to take stock of the world of industry, and to perceive patterns of development and the nature and sizes of present and future markets, in order to decide where investment should or should not be made. Understanding in any depth the impact that biotechnology will increasingly have on human affairs, or making commercial decisions about technical investments, must be more than a little difficult for anyone whose education and training does not include the science and engineering on which the technology is based. Cell biotechnology today is undergoing a resurgence in a wide range of applications and it was to this end that the concept of writing present title is originated. The present title is primarily designed for under and post-graduate student of all Indian Universities, and it is assumed that these students already have basic knowledge of cell Biology, Botany, Genetics and Microbiology.