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Male sterility through recombinant DNA technology






Pollen biotechnology for crop production and improvement: 237-257

Male sterility through recombinant DNA technology

The development of recombinant DNA technologies has opened new possibilities for creating and manipulating male sterility in crops for pollination control.


Accession: 002889503



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