In Vitro Haploid Production in Higher Plants, Volume 1: by S. Mohan Jain (ed.), S. K. Sopory (ed.), R. E. Veilleux

By S. Mohan Jain (ed.), S. K. Sopory (ed.), R. E. Veilleux (ed.)

The 18 chapters making up In Vitro Haploid creation in larger Plants are divided into sections. part 1 (eight chapters) covers ancient and primary features of haploidy in crop development. part 2 bargains with equipment of haploid creation, together with anther tradition, micropore tradition, ovary tradition, pollination with irradiated pollen, in vitro pollination, and specified tradition recommendations, together with polyhaploid construction within the Triticeae via sexual hybridization, the impression of ethylene and gelling brokers on anther tradition, conditional deadly markers, and techniques of chromosome doubling.

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