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Directed alterations in plant genomes

Directed alterations in plant genomes

Sbornik UVTIZ, Genetika a Slechteni 21(1): priloha I-IX

The use of Ti plasmids of Agrobacterium tumefaciens as vectors of cloned genes for incorporation in the genomes of dioecious crop plants is illustrated with examples cited from the literature.

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