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Establishment of a highly efficient regeneration system for in vitro culture of young spikes in wheat



Establishment of a highly efficient regeneration system for in vitro culture of young spikes in wheat



Chinese Journal of Agricultural Biotechnology 3(2): 147-154



This study used three winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) genotypes (H6756, H311 and SP8581) to compare the effects of sampling time, callus induction media, differentiation media and rooting media on in vitro culture of young spikes in wheat.

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