Application of in vivo and in vitro mutation techniques for crop improvement

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Conventional mutation techniques have often been used to improve yield, quality, disease and pest resistance in crops, or to increase the attractiveness of flowers and ornamental plants. More than 1700 mutant varieties involving 154 plant species have been officially released. In some economically important crops, e.g. barley, durum wheat and cotton, mutant… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00023960

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@article{Maluszynski2004ApplicationOI, title={Application of in vivo and in vitro mutation techniques for crop improvement}, author={Miroslaw Maluszynski and Beant S. Ahloowalia and Bj{\"{o}rn Sigurbj{\"{o}rnsson}, journal={Euphytica}, year={2004}, volume={85}, pages={303-315} }