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Effect of callus subculture on plant regeneration capacity in somatic and haploid callus of Oryza sativa L

Effect of callus subculture on plant regeneration capacity in somatic and haploid callus of Oryza sativa L

Plant tissue and cell culture application to crop improvement: 123-124

Diploid grains and young spikelets of haploid plants obtained from cultured anthers were cultured. On the basis of the somatic calluses obtained, the genotypes used were grouped into 3 types: relatively stable (IR42411), variable (Karolina) and decaying (Unggi-9). Diploids obtained from haploid spikelet callus were less than 10% of regenerants.

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