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The use of biotechnology on fruit trees

Journal of Fruit Science 9(3): 173-178
The use of biotechnology on fruit trees
This review covers (1) micropropagation, (2) techniques for pathogen identification and elimination, (3) in vitro culture of embryos, anthers, pollen and protoplasts, (4) use of in vitro techniques for resistance breeding, and (5) genetic engineering and transformation.

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