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Mutagenic effects of X-rays and ethyl methane sulphonate on potato sprouts



Mutagenic effects of X-rays and ethyl methane sulphonate on potato sprouts



The use of induced mutations in plant breeding. Report of the FAO-IAEA Technical Meeting, held in Rome, 25 May 1 June, Pergamon Press, Oxford & London, 687-90



In plants of Bintje and Burmania resulting from separate eyes which were irradiated or treated with ethyl methanesulphonate, eight distinct somatic aberrations occurred, mostly in the X-ray material. These included abnormalities of leaf colour, shape and texture, tuber shape and skin colour. The majority of the aberrant types could be maintained vegetatively through three asexual generations. An ivy-leaf anomaly was also maintained by true seed.

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