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Creating genetic variability: tissue culture and chromosome manipulation


, : Creating genetic variability: tissue culture and chromosome manipulation. World soybean research Genetics and varietal research: 246-252

In this review experimental efforts to create genetic variability in soya bean are discussed, including work with tissue culture, haploids and triploids and chemical disruption of cell division.

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