Ok. So, I went to New York City for the first time! My parents picked a hotel, and we had a good trip.
And even cooler, that hotel wasn't very far from a cool cedrus Atlantic a tree.
I got a cutting, but accidentally left in in the car today, and my mom went to work. The new growth has died. The old hardened-off growth still exists, but may or may not be dead.
It's evergreen, and it's not easy to tell.
So, assuming it is dead, and since it will be a long time till my next family trip, how could I bring one of the cells back to life, so I can generate explants?
Obviously this is very hard to do with animal cells, but could it be different with plant cells?
Could I just collect a bunch of dead cells, and pour atp solution on them?
Could I perform a nuclear transfer?
How could this be done?
And most importantly, CAN this be done?