Organization of Rapid Analysis of Lipids in Many Individual Plants

@inproceedings{Hammond1991OrganizationOR,
  title={Organization of Rapid Analysis of Lipids in Many Individual Plants},
  author={Earl G. Hammond},
  year={1991}
}
There is considerable interest in changing the composition of oilseed plants through plant breeding and genetic engineering (Greiner 1990). This may involve increasing or decreasing the total lipid in the seed or the composition of the lipid. Modern plant breeding is largely empirical and produces large numbers of plants whose oilseed composition must be evaluated. For example, two plants may be crossed and give rise to many offspring that are a genetic mixture of the two parents (Graef et al… CONTINUE READING
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