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Contributions of tissue culture techniques to the success of difficult interspecific crosses



Contributions of tissue culture techniques to the success of difficult interspecific crosses



Prophyta 42(6): 138-140



From a brief survey of available techniques, it is concluded that embryo culture is still of great importance in overcoming embryo abortion in interspecific and intergeneric crosses, as is ovule culture or in ovulo embryo culture. Somaclonal variation via callus from hybrid embryos is seen as useful in overcoming crossing barriers and obtaining hybrid material with the desired characters.

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