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A lovely clone of coconuts



A lovely clone of coconuts



New Scientist 98(1359): 554-557



The regeneration of plantlets via tissue culture of date palm, oil palm and coconut palm is summarized briefly and the advantages and potential of this method over normal seed regeneration are mentioned.

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