P8169
Sigma-Aldrich

Phytagel(TM)

Nacres:
Pubchem Substance Id: 275-117-5
Grouped product items
SKU Pack Size Availability Price Quantity
Request a Bulk Order Check Availability

Properties

Properties
applications agriculture
Description Phytagel(TM) BioReagent, suitable for plant cell culture, powder
form powder
MDM Code P8169-100G
Material Number P8169
Business Unit 694
Shipping Mode AP
MRP Type PD
Local HS Code 39139090
EUD NO
Legacy SIGMA
Shelf Life 0
Plant 6311
Sales Org 6304
EUD Documents Needed 0

Description

Application

Phytagel

Biochem/physiol Actions

has been used:
  • in the solidification of culture medium for root assays in Arabidopsis thaliana
  • as a component of Solid Paul′

Caution

s medium for Agrobacterium culture
  • as a component of root induction medium in Ilex dumosa tissue culture

  • Cell Line Description

    Phytagel is intended for use in place of agar and other gelling agent for plant tissue culture. Phytagel has been shown to be a superior substitute for tissue-culture-grade agar in the micropropagation of banana plantlets.

    Physical form

    An agar substitute produced from a bacterial fermentation composed of glucuronic acid, rhamnose and glucose. It produces a clear, colorless, high strength gel which aids in detection of microbial contamination.

    Serological Profile

    To prevent clumping, add slowly to rapidly stirring medium prior to heating.

    SAFETY INFORMATION

    Signal Word

    RIDADRRIDADR

    WGK Germany

    WGK 2

    Flash Point (F)

    Not applicable

    Flash Point (C)

    Not applicable

    Target Organs

    Risk Statement

    Supplemental Hazard Statements

    DOCUMENTATION

    Certificate of Analysis View Sample COA
    Certificate of Origin

    TECHNICAL SERVICE

    Our team of scientists has experience in all areas of research including Life Science, Material Science, Chemical Synthesis, Chromatography, Analytical and many others.

    Welcome to Merck Ecommerce (Beta). During this Beta phase, you may encounter occasional broken function, layout and issues. ×