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Regeneration of two maize genotypes (Zea mays L) from mature embryos through callus initiation using split seed technique
Plant regeneration from single or few cells is a prerequisite for effective selection of transformed cells and to minimize the event of chimeras during transformation. This can only be achieved if plants are regenerated ...
Effects of long-term callus culture on stability and agronomic perfomance of maize regenerants among three Kenyan hybrids and an Open Pollinated Variety
Maize (Zea mays) is a member of the maydeae tribe of the grass family Poaceae. It is planted by over 80% of the rural smallholder farmers in East and Central Africa. Commercial maize production is concentrated in the Kenya ...