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or·gan cul·ture

the maintenance or growth of tissues, organ primordia, or the parts or whole of an organ in vitro in such a way as to allow differentiation or preservation of the architecture or function.

or·gan cul·ture

(ōr'găn kŭl'chŭr)
The maintenance or growth of tissues, organ primordia, or the parts or whole of an organ in vitro in such a way as to allow differentiation or preservation of the architecture or function.
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Organ culture of a precious Chinese medicinal plant Fritillaria unibracteata.
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