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Vegetative propagation of horticultural crops in vitro with special attention to shrubs and trees


, : Vegetative propagation of horticultural crops in vitro with special attention to shrubs and trees. Acta Horticulturae (54): 71-82

This review of in vitro culture techniques includes a list of woody species (including many ornamentals and temperate and tropical fruit trees) known to regenerate from explants and callus tissues.


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