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Selection of hydroxyproline-resistant cell lines from Solanum tuberosum L. callus. I. Stability and frost tolerance



Selection of hydroxyproline-resistant cell lines from Solanum tuberosum L. callus. I. Stability and frost tolerance



Journal of Genetics and Breeding 52(2): 113-117



Some 23 hydroxyproline (hyp)-resistant lines were selected from callus cultures of S. tuberosum cvs. Desiree and Maris Piper by subculture on medium containing 10, 20 and 30 mM hydroxyproline. Frost tolerance was stable in one line grown on hyp-free medium.

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