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Chemical mutants of apple varieties and hybrids

, : Chemical mutants of apple varieties and hybrids. Primenenie khim mutagenov v zashchite sredy ot zagryazneniya i v s kh prakt: 226-229

When grafted cuttings were treated with gaseous N-nitroso-N-alkylureas, 26 changes with the character of somatic mutations were induced, including four superdwarfs and two semilethal mutations.

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