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A robust method for haploid sugar beet in vitro proliferation and hyperhydricity reduction
Sugar beet is recalcitrant to in vitro tissue culture. Usually, proliferation of in vitro cultured rosette explants is a prerequisite for micropropagation. Although hormonal treatments can induce proliferation in sugar ...
Genome composition analysis of multipartite BNYVV reveals the occurrence of genetic re-assortment in the isolates of Asia Minor and Thrace
Beet necrotic yellow vein virus (BNYVV) is the cause of rhizomania, an important disease of sugar beet around the world. The multipartite genome of the BNYVV contains four or five single-stranded RNA that has been used to ...
The effects of proline on in vitro proliferation and propagation of doubled haploid sugar beet (Beta vulgaris)
Doubled haploid induction is one of the available methods normally used for sugar beet breeding. Gynogenic haploid explants of sugar beet induced with 1 or 2 mg L–1 6-benzylaminopurine were treated with 5 g L–1 colchicine, ...