Gary E. Jones, U.C., Riverside
California Agriculture 36(8):21-21. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v036n08p21.
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Realizing the full potential of plant somatic cell genetic techniques will depend on development of methods for isolating a wide variety of cultured cell strains with characteristics different from those of cells in the original cultures. To isolate such variant cell strains, techniques well known in microbial studies will have to be applied to cultured plant cell systems.
Gary E. Jones, Associate Professor, Genetics and Associate Geneticist, Botany and Plant Sciences, U.C., Riverside.