Intergeneric somatic hybridization and its application to crop genetic improvement

@article{Liu2004IntergenericSH,
  title={Intergeneric somatic hybridization and its application to crop genetic improvement},
  author={Jihong Liu and Xiaoyong Xu and Xiuxin Deng},
  journal={Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture},
  year={2004},
  volume={82},
  pages={19-44}
}
Related or distant species of cultivated cs are a large pool of many desirable genes. Gene transfer from these species through conventional breeding is difficult owing to post- and pre-zygotic sexual incompatibilities. Somatic hybridization via protoplast fusion is a possible alternative for gene transfer from these species to cultivated crops. Since the early days of somatic hybridization many intergeneric somatic hybrids have been developed through symmetric fusion, asymmetric fusion and… CONTINUE READING

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