Callus Formation and Differentiation in Tissue Cultures of Normal and Texas Cytoplasmic Male-Sterile Corn

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1976-05-01
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Pearson, Christine
Horner, Harry
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Callus cultures were established from 10 lines of Zea mays containing cytoplasms with normal and Texas cytoplasmic malesterile factors. Calli from the different lines varied in their growth characteristics. One callus line was treated with Helminthosporium maydis race T toxin extract.

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This article is published as Pearson, CB, and HT Horner, Jr. 1976. Callus formation and differentiation in tissue cultures of normal and Texas cytoplasmic male-sterile corn. Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science 82:163-165. Posted with permission.

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