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Cryopreservation is the preservation of the cells and tissues under a frozen condition. In this technique the germplasm are deeply frozen and maintained at a very low temperature in liquid nitrogen. Under this condition the cells becomes completely inactive. The cryopreservation technique involves the stages such as; pre freezing treatment, cryo protection, freezing, storage, thawing and the recovery growth.

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