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- Wang, Mao-liang, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Journal of horticultural science & biotechnology 2017 v.92 no.3 pp. 279-287
- Rosa multiflora; Rosa roxburghii; chromosomes; colchicine; crossing; cultivars; diploidy; gene transfer; seed treatment; seedlings; seeds; tetraploidy; trifluralin; triploidy
- ... Rosa multiflora Thunb. var. inermis and Rosa roxburghii f. normalis are two important diploid species for rose breeding. Interspecific crosses between diploid species and tetraploid rose cultivars result in triploids with generally decreased fertility. A most promising gene transfer strategy is the production of fertile tetraploid plants before mating with tetraploids. In our study, germinating se ...