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Some procedural problems associated with mutation studies in crop plants


Some procedural problems associated with mutation studies in crop plants



Work conference on radiation induced mutations sponsored by the Biology Department, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, L.I., New York, May 23 and 24, 1956. 132-48



With particular reference to cereals, the following problems are surveyed: choice of parental material; factors affecting the reliability of experiments (mixtures, outcrosses and use of controls); the influence of the moisture content and physiological condition of seeds and other plant parts at the time of irradiation; effects of external factors such as chemical pretreatments and the environmental conditions under which the R1 is grown; type of mutagenic agent; screening technique; and factors determining the feasibility of mutation experiments in breeding.

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