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Intron-mediated enhancement of heterologous gene expression in maize. Masson, J. Plant regeneration from protoplasts of diploid potato derived from crosses of Solanum tuberosum with wild Solanum species. Masuda, K. Callus formation and plant regeneration from rice protoplasts purified by density gradient centrifugation. Matthews, D. A protoplast to plant system in roses. Medgyesy, P. Selection and analysis of cytoplasmic hybrids. Interspecific chloroplast recombination in a Nicotiana somatic hybrids. Mehrle, W. Effects of microgravitation on electrofusion of plant cell protoplasts.

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Isolation, culture and plantlet regeneration from cotyledon and mesophyll protoplasts of two pickling cucumber Cucumis sativus L. Pupilli, F. Plant regeneration from callus and protoplast cultures of Lotus pedunculatus Cay. Rasheed, J. Root hair protoplasts of Lotus corniculatus L. Renaudin, J. Sequential hormone requirement for growth and organogenesis of Petunia hybrida protoplasts-derived calli. Rethmeier, N. Improvement of regeneration of Lycopersicon pennellii protoplasts by decreasing ethylene production.

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