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Conventional breeding and biotechnology join forces on the way to healthy plants. Anther culture/ovary culture






Monatsschrift fur Brauwissenschaft 45(7-8): 242-251

Conventional breeding and biotechnology join forces on the way to healthy plants. Anther culture/ovary culture

Anther and ovule culture are used in many crops to obtain disease-free plants.


Accession: 002333547



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