Progress in plant protoplast research

@article{Eeckhaut1988ProgressIP,
  title={Progress in plant protoplast research},
  author={Tom G.R. Eeckhaut and Prabhu Shankar Lakshmanan and Dieter Deryckere and E. J. Van Bockstaele and Johan M. Van Huylenbroeck},
  journal={Planta},
  year={1988},
  volume={238},
  pages={991-1003}
}
Abstract In this review we focus on recent progress in protoplast regeneration, symmetric and asymmetric hybridization and novel technology developments. Regeneration of new species and improved culture techniques opened new horizons for practical breeding in a number of crops. The importance of protoplast sources and embedding systems is discussed. The study of reactive oxygen species effects and DNA (de)condensation, along with thorough phytohormone monitoring, are in our opinion the most… CONTINUE READING
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