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Isolation and characterization of variant callus cultures of Lotus corniculatus L. and the in vitro selection of herbicide tolerant plants



Isolation and characterization of variant callus cultures of Lotus corniculatus L. and the in vitro selection of herbicide tolerant plants



Dissertation Abstracts International, B Sciences and Engineering 44(10): 2951B



Plants with improved 2,4-D tolerance were obtained from both suspension and callus culture selections; however, the suspension culture derived plants had morphological abnormalities and reduced pollen viability. None of the regenerated plants had the 2,4-D tolerance of a line selected for over 5 years in the field. Many of the regenerated plants could not be intercrossed; however, a topcross of three of the tolerant lines to a susceptible genotype improved the 2,4-D tolerance of that genotype.

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