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The use of isozymes to detect somaclonal variation in plants regenerated from cell suspensions of potato cv. BPI


Journal of the Southern African Society for Horticultural Sciences 3(2): 104-105
The use of isozymes to detect somaclonal variation in plants regenerated from cell suspensions of potato cv. BPI
The potential use of isoenzymes for the determination of variation in the in vitro phase of potato plantlets derived from cell suspensions was studied with particular reference to 5 different isoenzyme systems in leaves.

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