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Using selfs of monosomic plants for RFLP studies



Using selfs of monosomic plants for RFLP studies



Maize Genetics Cooperation News Letter ( 63): 99-100



Primary monosomics for each of the 10 chromosomes in maize have been obtained using the r-X1 deficiency.

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