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Improvement of frost tolerance in potato; use of hydroxyproline resistant cell cultures



Improvement of frost tolerance in potato; use of hydroxyproline resistant cell cultures



Abstracts of conference papers and posters of the 10th triennial conference of the European Association for Potato Research, Aalborg, Denmark, 26-31 July 1987: 186-187



Two clones regenerated from hydroxyproline-resistant cell lines of a diploid clone were propagated by tubers and compared with the wild type.

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