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- Xie, Kai-Dong, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Acta horticulturae 2018 no.1203 pp. 105-110
- Citrus; allotetraploidy; anther culture; callus; cell engineering; cultivars; cybrids; cytoplasm; cytoplasmic male sterility; diploidy; flow cytometry; genetic markers; haploidy; mesophyll; microsatellite repeats; ovule culture; parents; pollen; pollination; protoplasts; seedless varieties; somatic hybridization; triploidy
- ... Polyploid cultivars produced via cell engineering are a valuable germplasm resource for citrus improvement. Application of molecular markers can greatly enhance the efficiency of citrus breeding via cell engineering. In our program, allotetraploid somatic hybrids were produced from over 50 interspecific or intergeneric fusion combinations, and characterized by molecular markers. We also exploited ...
- Xie, Kai-Dong, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Acta horticulturae 2016 no.1127 pp. 265-270
- Citrus; Satsuma; anther culture; autotetraploidy; callus; cell engineering; cultivars; cybrids; cytoplasm; dihaploidy; diploidy; female fertility; flow cytometry; genes; genetic markers; genetic variation; genetically modified organisms; haploidy; male fertility; males; mesophyll; microRNA; microsatellite repeats; ovule culture; parents; pollen; polyembryony; proteins; protoplasts; rootstocks; seedless varieties; somatic hybridization; triploidy
- ... Cell engineering is a valuable "no GMO concern" technique for citrus cultivar improvement that has efficiently circumvented the reproductive barriers encountered in conventional citrus breeding, such as nucellar polyembryony and male/female sterility. Application of molecular markers has greatly enhanced the efficiency of cell engineering-based targeted citrus breeding. In our program, somatic hyb ...