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A brief report on anther culture in potato


, : A brief report on anther culture in potato. Hereditas, China 4(2): 34-35

Of 13 cultivated varieties tested, seven formed calluses but only Weishu 1 differentiated green plantlets, with a differentiation rate of 21.7%.

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