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The use of potato haploids in genetics and breeding


, : The use of potato haploids in genetics and breeding. Chromosome engineering in plants: genetics, breeding, evolution Part B: 79-92

Haploids offer a direct approach to several cytogenetic problems and their uses, in the genus Solanum, are discussed in this review under 4 main roles: (1) in cytogenetic research, which includes the nature of polyploidy, natural mutations, chromosome number and production of aneuploids and monoploids; (2) in evolutionary studies, including origin of potato, genome analysis, isolating mechanisms, and potato-tomato relationships; (3) in many aspects of genetic research; (4) in wild germplasm utilization; and (5) in potato breeding.

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