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Induced mutations and methods of using them in breeding






Radiatsionnyi mutagenez vegetativno razmnozhaemykh rastenii: 96-100

Induced mutations and methods of using them in breeding

Correlations between the main morphological and economically useful characters before and after the induction of mutational changes were studied in various crop plants in order to increase the efficacy of using the mutants in hybridization.


Accession: 001615856



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