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Reproductive biology in tomato

, : Reproductive biology in tomato. Genetic improvement in tomato: 39-50

The subject is examined under the following headings: floral biology (floral anthesis; pollination and pollen movement); incompatibility (genetical and biochemical aspects; overcoming incompatibility); artificial hybridization (pollen transfer and pollination); and genetic male sterility (sporogenous male sterility; functional male sterility; structural male sterility; gene-cytoplasmic male sterility; male sterility in breeding).


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