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Differentiation potential and chromosome variation in subcultured calluses derived from rice pollen



Differentiation potential and chromosome variation in subcultured calluses derived from rice pollen



Hereditas, China 6(5): 17-19



Rice pollen calluses continuously subcultured for 31 months still maintained the capacity to regenerate plantlets after 44 generations.

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