Mirza Arziati Arsyad, an S2 (MSc.) Graduate Student Associated with PMB Lab, Did Her Proposal Seminar on Embryo Rescue In Vitro and Seedling Production of Sugar Palm

Mirza Arziati Arsyad, an S2 (MSc.) graduate student associated with PMB Lab, did her S2 (MSc.) research proposal seminar (“Kolokium“)  on Thursday, March 29, 2012 at 10.00-11.00. The topic of her research proposal seminar was about In Vitro Embryo Rescue of Sugar Palm and Seedling Production.

Mirza Arziati Arsyad is pursuing her S2 (MSc.) degree at Plant Breeding and Biotechnology (PBT) major, School of Graduate Studies, IPB, Bogor since 2010. She does all her S2 (MSc.) research at PMB Lab., Department of Agronomy and Horticulture, Faculty of Agriculture, IPB, Bogor-Indonesia. Currently, she has completed almost all the academic course requirements for her S2 (MSc.) degree and been in the process of conducting her S2 (MSc.) thesis research.

One of Mirza Arziati Arsyad significant question that she want to answer in her S2 (MSc.) thesis research what the earliest period after pollination is that she can still rescue the zygotic embryos of sugar palm and get the normal seedling of them. To answer such a question, Mirza Arziati Arsyad will use various in vitro tissue culture methods to rescue the zygotic embryos and then produce normal seedling of sugar palm. Her research finding will be useful in setting up and managing the sugar palm seedling production in a laboratory.

PMB Lab staffs and associated graduate students congratulate Mirza Arziati Arsyad for successfully completing her S2 (MSc.) research proposal seminar (“Kolokium“). We hope that she will be able to start conducting her S2 (MSc.) thesis research and completing her S2 (MSc.) program in due time.

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