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The use of androgenesis in maize breeding

, : The use of androgenesis in maize breeding. Reproductive biology and plant breeding: 131-138

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.

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