protoplast fusion


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protoplast fusion

[′prōd·ə‚plast ‚fyü·zhən]
(genetics)
A technique by which two protoplasts are fused to form hybrid cells that can grow into mature hybrid organisms; usually performed on plants.
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Protoplast fusion for production of tetraploids and triploids: Application for scion and rootstock breeding in citrus.
Genetic construction of potentially probiotic Saccharomyces boulardii yeast strains using intraspecific protoplast fusion.
Protoplast diameter is information that can be used in hybridization studies using electriofusion so that an inverse relationship exists between protoplast diameter and the voltage necessary to promote protoplast fusion.
Production of fertile somatic hybrid plants of sunflower and Helianthus giganteus L by protoplast fusion.
Techniques like protoplast fusion and genetic modification go a step further than embryo rescue tissue culture.
The team is relying on a technique called protoplast fusion to move the insect-resistance trait, explains Eash.
Agency for International Development, "In the long run, techniques such as recombinant DNA, protoplast fusion and the .
Improvement of phytase production was carried out using protoplast fusion between S.
mutation and/or protoplast fusion and /or genetic manipulation) (Haggag, Wafaa et al.
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