"Adaptation" and chromosome variability in excised roots of cereals.


Heteroploidy, often coinciding with phenotypic or metabolic changes, was found in cereal root cultures. In some cases the changes were apparent after only 4 passages and affected the roots of bread wheat as well as those containing all or some of the wheat and rye genomes. It is unsafe to assume that cultured organised tissues are cytologically stable. The… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.1969.tb09120.x


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