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Auto-toxicity in Brassica microspore culture



Auto-toxicity in Brassica microspore culture



Crucifer genetics workshop III Proceedings May 29-30, 1986, University of Guelph, Canada: 54



Microspores of B. napus are generally at an optimum stage for embryogenesis at size 20 micro m, whereas larger or older microspores apparently release anti-embryogenic agents.

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