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Polyembryony in citrus fruits



Polyembryony in citrus fruits



Subtrop. Kul't. (Subtrop. Crops), 3, 80-90



In reproduction of oranges by seed, gametic and nucellar polyembryony were observed. It was established that nucellar polyembryony arose by means of a point mutation affecting an embryo sac with the normal sexual process. In citrus fruits the pollinator has a great influence on the quantity and quality of the progeny of polyembryonic seeds: in some cases gametic embryos suppressed the development of nucellar seedlings and the production of hybrid seedlings increased.

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