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珊瑚的组织和细胞培养研究进展
Advances in the Tissue and Cell Culture of Corals

DOI: 10.12677/AMS.2016.32007, PP. 43-47

Keywords: 珊瑚细胞,细胞培养,共生作用
Coral
, Cell Culture, Symbiosis

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珊瑚的组织和细胞的体外培养可为研究珊瑚的互惠共生、细胞毒理、环境胁迫和生物矿化等方面提供有效的研究工具和手段。本文综述了珊瑚细胞的分离与培养、珊瑚细胞团和组织球的制备及其应用,并对珊瑚的组织和细胞培养的研究前景进行了展望。
In vitro cultured tissues and cells of corals can provide a useful tool for studies on the symbiosis between coral and zooxanthellae, cytotoxicology, environmental stress and biomineralization in corals. This paper has reviewed the progress in the dissociation and culture of coral cells, prepa-ration of cell aggregates and tissue balls of corals and their application. The future prospect of the tissue and cell culture of corals is also predicted.

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