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Nelsen Charles E, Redenbaugh M Keith: Production de capsules a laide de substrats ayant une activite biologique, Capsule production using biologically active substrates. Plant Genetics, MACRAE & CO, September 6, 1988: CA1241552 (20 worldwide citation)

AbstractCapsule Production Using Biologically Active Substrates Methods and materials are provided for encapsu-lating biological material, primarily plant tissue,wherein the materials used to form the capsule or tomodify its physical properties are also capable ofaffecting the encapsulated biologica ...


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Redenbaugh M Keith, Melsen Charles E: Capsule production using biologically active substrates.. Plant Genetics, May 15, 1985: EP0141374-A2 (11 worldwide citation)

Methods and materials are provided for encapsulating biological material, primarily plant tissue, wherein the materials used to form the capsule or to modify its physical properties are also capable of affecting the encapsulated biological material.


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Fujii Jo Ann, Slade David, Redenbaugh M Keith: Method for maturing somatic embryos for planting in natural environments. Plant Genetics, Kirin Beer Kabushiki Kaisha, WESEMAN James C, January 11, 1990: WO/1990/000002 (3 worldwide citation)

A novel method is provided for producing plants from somatic embryos which do not require an $i(in vitro) planting environment. Mature, tissue culture-derived somatic embryos are produced which display hardiness similar to true seed (zygotic) embryos and which respond similarly when planted in typic ...


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Redenbaugh M Keith, Reyes Zoila: Agents denrobage artificiels pour analogues des semences, Artificial seed coats for botanic seed analogs. Plant Genetics, MACRAE & CO, July 25, 1989: CA1257780

Abstract Artificial Seed Coats for Botanic Seed AnalogsMethods and materials are provided for coatinghydrogel capsules which contain encapsulatedmeristematic tissue substantially free of intact seedcoat with a membrane which controls the migration ofsolvents and their included solutes between the ca ...


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Redenbaugh M Keith: Systeme de distribution de tissu meristematique, Delivery system for meristematic tissue. Plant Genetics, MACRAE & CO, March 21, 1989: CA1251335

AbstractDelivery System For Meristematic Tissue Novel methods and compositions are provided forthe delivery of plant meristematic tissue to anenvironment for growth and development. Isolatedmeristematic tissue from various sources are combinedwith beneficial adjuvants in an encapsulating gelmatrix w ...


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Nelsen Charles, Strickland Steven, Davis Roxanne, Redenbaugh M Keith: Methode de preparation de semences hydratees, pregermees, dans des capsules de gel, Method for the preparation of hydrated, pregerminated seeds in gel capsules. Nelsen Charles, Strickland Steven, Plant Genetics, Plant Genetics, Davis Roxanne, Redenbaugh M Keith, MACRAE & CO, April 9, 1991: CA1282609

Abstract An Improved Method for the Preparation ofHydrated, Pregerminated Seeds in Gel Capsules Novel methods are provided for the preparation anddelivery of botanic seeds which are pregerminated andmaintained in a hydrated state in gel capsules.Various types of botanic seeds are encapsulated, insom ...


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Redenbaugh M Keith, Reyes Zoila: Coating hydrogel capsules. Plant Genetics, WESEMAN James C, July 18, 1985: WO/1985/002972

Methods and materials for coating hydrogel capsules to control the migration of solutes or solvents between the capsule and the environment. The membranes may be of a single compound or various compounds which provide control over the migration of distinct elements.


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Redenbaugh M Keith, Slade David, Fujii Joann A: Desiccated analogs of botanic seed. Plant Genetics, DERGOSITS Michael E, July 16, 1987: WO/1987/004044

Methods and materials for desiccated analogs of botanic seeds which are created by removing a portion of the water by slow or fast drying so that the plant tissue is no longer saturated with water. In a second embodiment, the meristematic tissue is encapsulated in a gel or polymer followed by dehydr ...


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Redenbaugh M Keith, Reyes Zoila: Coating hydrogel capsules.. Plant Genetics, January 22, 1986: EP0168476-A1

Methods and materials for coating hydrogel capsules to control the migration of solutes or solvents between the capsule and the environment. The membranes may be of a single compound or various compounds which provide control over the migration of distinct elements.