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Application of cell culture techniques to cereal improvement: Biotechnology: enhancing research on tropical crops in Africa

by Casas, A.M; Hasegawa, P.M; Thottappilly, G; Monti, L.M; Mohan Raj, D.R; Moore, A.W; Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation, Wageningen (Países Bajos); IITA, Ibadan (Nigeria) .
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall number: F30 T523 Publisher: Ibadan (Nigeria): IITA, 1992Description: p. 117-126.Summary: Over the past few years, efficient protocols for the regeneration of various cereal crops via somatic embryogenesis have been established. Embryogenic cereal cell suspensions have been developed and are used mainly as a source for protoplasts. Regeneration of plants from isolated protoplasts has been attained in maize and rice. Stable transformation by electroporation of DNA uptake mediated by polyethylene glycol (PEG) in protoplasts, followed by recovery of transgenic plants, has been achieved in maize and rice. Also, transgenic maize plants have been obtained after high velocity microprojectile bombardment of cell suspensionsSubject(s): FITOMEJORAMIENTO | CEREALES | CULTIVO DE CELULAS | DESARROLLO EMBRIONARIO | ZEA MAYS | ORYZA SATIVA
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Analítica Analítica Colección general F30 T523 (Browse shelf) Available BVE19922007889

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