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Culture of isolated protoplasts - a source of new genetic forms in the genus Lycopersicon



Culture of isolated protoplasts - a source of new genetic forms in the genus Lycopersicon



Gametnaya i zigotnaya selektsiya rastenii Res ikanskaya konferentsiya, 23 iyunya, 1986: 173-176



Protoplasts were isolated from callus and leaf mesophyll of L. peruvianum var. dentatum (3 forms) and from leaf mesophyll of L. peruvianum var. humifusum (one form), L. pennellii, and L. esculentum (4 varieties and mutants Mo393 (c, m), Mo509 (af, tf, wv, d) and Mo563 (xan)). Plants were regenerated by in vitro culture of protoplasts from all forms. Of 37 regenerates from callus protoplasts of var. dentatum, 9 were diploid or mixoploid.

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