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In Vitro Production of Haploids and Their Use in Cell Genetics and Plant Breeding

  • Y. P. S. Bajaj
Part of the Biotechnology in Agriculture and Forestry book series (AGRICULTURE, volume 12)

Abstract

In earlier works, the author reviewed and emphasized the importance of the in vitro induction of haploids (Reinert and Bajaj 1977; Bajaj 1983 a). During the last decade tremendous progress has been made in this area. The frequency of androgenesis has been increased, work extended successfully to a number of agricultural crops, and new cultivars have been released. This warrants the need to put this information and literature together.

Keywords

Anther Culture Mesophyll Protoplast Haploid Plant Cell Genetic Unpollinated Ovary 
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  • Y. P. S. Bajaj
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  1. 1.Punjab Agricultural UniversityLudhianaIndia

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