Somaclonal variation and crop improvement 1 (Biotechnology in agriculture and forestry volume 11), Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 1990
Biotechnology in Agriculture and Forestry Series, Vol. 11

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I.1 Somaclonal Variation — Origin, Induction, Cryopreservation, and Implications in Plant Breeding.- I. 2 Chromosome Variation in Plant Tissue Culture.- I. 3 Genetic Mosaics and Chimeras: Implications in Biotechnology.- I. 4 Genetic Bases of Variation from in Vitro Tissue Culture.- I. 5 Molecular Basis of Somaclonal Variation.- I. 6 Gene Amplification and Related Events.- I. 7 Optical Techniques to Measure Genetic Instability in Cell and Tissue Cultures.- I. 8 Environmentally Induced Variation in Plant DNA and Associated Phenotypic Consequences.- I. 9 Somaclonal Variation for Salt Resistance.- I.10 Somaclonal Variation for Nematode Resistance.- II. 1 Somaclonal Variation in Cereals.- II. 2 Somaclonal Variation in Rice.- II. 3 Somaclonal Variation in Maize.- II. 4 Somaclonal Variation in Barley (Hordeum vulgare L.).- III. 1 Somaclonal Variation in Potato.- III. 2 Somaclonal Variation in Tomato.- III. 3 Somaclonal Variation in Eggplant (Solanum melongena L.).- III. 4 Somaclonal Variation in Cucurbits.- III. 5 Somaclonal Variation in Sugarbeet.- III. 6 Somaclonal Variation in Chicory.- III. 7 Somaclonal Variation in Strawberry.- III. 8 Somaclonal Variation in Peach.- IV. 1 Somaclonal Variation in Pelargonium.- IV. 2 Somaclonal Variation in Fuchsia.- IV. 3 Somaclonal Variation in Carnations.- IV. 4 Somaclonal Variation in Haworthia.- IV. 5 In Vitro Variation in Weigela.- IV. 6 Somaclonal Variation in Nicotiana sylvestris.- VI. 7 Somaclonal Variation in Alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.).