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Cytochemical study of histones and nucleic acids during microsporogenesis in heterotic hybrids


, : Cytochemical study of histones and nucleic acids during microsporogenesis in heterotic hybrids. Acta Horticulturae: 69-75

In a comparison of Beurre Clairgeau, Williams' Bon Chretien and the hybrid between them, RNA content at premeiosis and meiosis was higher in the hybrid than in either parent; in the pollen, the content was lower in the hybrid than in the parents.


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