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Biochemical differences of cold-resistant and osmoticum- resistant potato lines from the source genotypes at the callus tissue and plant level in vitro



Biochemical differences of cold-resistant and osmoticum- resistant potato lines from the source genotypes at the callus tissue and plant level in vitro



Biologiya kul' tiviruemykh kletok i biotekhnologiya, 1: 170



By means of cell selection, callus lines of the varieties Lyubimets and Saphir were produced with resistance to osmotic stress (polyethylene glycol) and cold. Only some of the plants regenerated from the lines showed resistance. The callus lines and regenerates had an increased content of free amino acids and amides.

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