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The role of tissue culture in selecting plants resistant to and plants free from diseases



The role of tissue culture in selecting plants resistant to and plants free from diseases



Journal of King Saud University, Agricultural Sciences 1(1-2): 101-118 (Arabic section)



Uses of callus and cell culture for selecting plants resistant to diseases and the techniques of tissue culture used for producing disease-free plants are discussed.

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