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Utilization of wild and cultivated diploid potato species to transfer frost resistance into the tetraploid common potato, Solanum tuberosum L



Utilization of wild and cultivated diploid potato species to transfer frost resistance into the tetraploid common potato, Solanum tuberosum L



Plant cold hardiness Proceedings of an international seminar held at Shanghai Institute of Plant Physiology, Academia Sinica, Shanghai, China, 4-7 September, 1986: 339-353



Brief details are given of the numbers of families, seeds and seedlings obtained, and clones selected in 1982-85 following crosses of wild Solanum species with each other and with frost resistant S. phureja clones and of the resulting hybrids with S. tuberosum cultivars and clones. A high degree of frost resistance was observed in some families and 122 clones were selected.

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