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Results of a tomato breeding program for industrial processing by hybridization to Lycopersicon peruvianum



Results of a tomato breeding program for industrial processing by hybridization to Lycopersicon peruvianum



Genetica Agraria 38(3): 329



From 2 L. esculentum X L. peruvianum hybrid plants, originally obtained by immature embryo culture, F1BC1 seeds were obtained. By in vitro culture of embryos isolated from F1BC1 seeds, fertile plants were obtained which were backcrossed to L. esculentum processing varieties, giving rise to new and interesting recombinants. The F1BC1 plants were also easily backcrossed to L. peruvianum.

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