1992 journal article

ANTHER CULTURE AS A PROBABLE SOURCE OF RESISTANCE TO TOBACCO BLACK SHANK CAUSED BY PHYTOPHTHORA-PARASITICA VAR NICOTIANAE

THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS, 84(3-4), 473–479.

By: W. Nichols n & R. Rufty n

author keywords: ANTHER-DERIVED DOUBLED HAPLOID; SINGLE SEED DESCENT; RESIDUAL HETEROZYGOSITY; CHROMOSOME DOUBLING; DNA AMPLIFICATION
TL;DR: The hypothesis that anther culture can generate a high level of black shank resistance in ADH lines developed from a cross of two tobacco cultivars susceptible to this disease is supported. (via Semantic Scholar)
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