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Induction of mutations in spring wheat as the result of treatment with N-nitrosoaklylureas

, : Induction of mutations in spring wheat as the result of treatment with N-nitrosoaklylureas. Khim mutagenez i selektsiya: 208-216

Many morphological and physiological mutations appeared in the M2. N-nitroso-N-methylurea induced more mutations than N-nitroso-N-ethylurea (NEU). Forms with economically useful characters, such as large ears and early ripening, were obtained more frequently by treatment with NEU.


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