Plant Cell Bioprocessing

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  • Last Update 12/12/2021


Plant Cell Bioprocessing

All known species have a cell as their basic structural, functional, and biological unit. The smallest unit of life is the cell. The “building blocks of life” are often referred to as cells. Cell biology, cellular biology, or cytology is the study of cells.

Cells are made up of cytoplasm and a membrane that includes a variety of biomolecules such as proteins and nucleic acids. Most plant and animal cells, with diameters ranging from 1 to 100 micrometers, can only be seen under a microscope. Organisms are classed as either unicellular (consisting of a single cell, such as bacteria) or multicellular (containing several cells) (including plants and animals).

Although the number of cells in plants and animals differs by species, it is estimated that humans have roughly 40 trillion (41013) cells. Around 80 billion of these cells are found in the human brain.

Cells were discovered in 1665 by Robert Hooke, who named them after the cells occupied by Christian monks in a monastery. The cell hypothesis, first proposed by Matthias Jakob Schleiden and Theodor Schwann in 1839, says that all creatures are made up of one or more cells, that cells are the fundamental unit of structure and function in all living beings, All cells are derived from pre-existing cells. At least 3.5 billion years ago, cells first appeared on Earth.

This Plant Cell Bioprocessing Course is intended for those who desire to learn about Plant Cell Bioprocessing and Cell Structure and Compartments.

What Will I Learn?

  • The discovery of the cell and the idea of cell
  • Detailed unicellular and multicellular organism definitions.
  • The size, shape, and amount of cells in a certain organism
  • What is the difference between a plant cell and an animal cell?
  • The cell membrane, cytoplasm, and cell organelles are the three most significant components of cells.
  • Membrane-bound cell organelles: structure and functions
  • Plant and animal tissues have different sorts of tissues depending on the organism.
  • Meristematic, simple permanent, and complex permanent plant tissue kinds
  • Plant epidermis functions
  • Nervous, muscular, connective, and epithelial tissue are all different forms of animal tissue.

Topics for this course

29 Lessons

Plant Cell Bioprocessing – Introduction

Introduction to plant cell technology00:00:00
History of plant cell and tissue culture00:00:00
Anatomy of plant cells00:00:00
Plant tissues and functions00:00:00
Photosynthesis and Photorespiration00:00:00
In-vitro culture initiation00:00:00
Nutritional requirements of plant cells00:00:00
Organogenesis and Regeneration00:00:00
Somaclonal variation and Micropropagation00:00:00
Somatic embryogenesis and Protoplast culture00:00:00
Synthetic seeds, Cryopreservation and Freezing methods00:00:00
Secondary metabolism in plant cells-Part 100:00:00
Secondary metabolism in plant cells-Part 200:00:00
Secondary metabolism in plant cells-Part 300:00:00
Optimization strategies- Part 100:00:00
Optimization strategies- Part 200:00:00
Optimization strategies- Part 300:00:00
Optimization strategies- Part 400:00:00
Biotransformation in plant cultures00:00:00
Immobilization of plant cells00:00:00
Genetic transformations in plant cells- Part 100:00:00
Genetic transformations in plant cells- Part 200:00:00
Genetic transformations in plant cells- Part 300:00:00
Plant Cell Bioreactors -Part 100:00:00
Plant Cell Bioreactors – Part 200:00:00
Bioreactors for Hairy Root cultures00:00:00
Case study- Part 100:00:00
Case study- Part 200:00:00

Material Includes

  • Video recording lectures
  • Certificate of completion

Enrolment validity: Lifetime