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Meiosis in seeded diploids ofMusa

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Simmonds, N.W., Dodds, K.S. Meiosis in seeded diploids ofMusa . Journ. of Genetics 49, 221 (1949). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02986075

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Keywords

  • Cell Cell
  • Meiotic Irregularity
  • Occasional Failure
  • Regular Meiosis
  • Diploid Banana