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The use of androgenesis in maize breeding


Reproductive biology and plant breeding: 131-138
The use of androgenesis in maize breeding
The subject is discussed with respect to haploid breeding, anther culture, genetics of anther culturability, doubled haploid line production and performance of anther derived haploids.


Accession: 002530149



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