Физиология растений и генетика 2017, том 49, № 4, 279-292, doi: https://doi.org/10.15407/frg2017.04.279


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  • Институт физиологии растений и генетики Национальной академии наук Украины 03022 Киев, ул. Васильковская, 31/17

Освещены достижения отечественных и зарубежных ученых по селекции in vitro пшеницы на устойчивость к абиотическим стрессовым факторам окружающей среды. Уделено внимание основным направлениям, методам отбора и оценки, возможностям, перспективам и проблемам одной из важнейших отраслей современной биотехнологии растений.

Ключевые слова: Triticum L., селекция in vitro, абиотические стрессовые факторы

Физиология растений и генетика
2017, том 49, № 4, 279-292

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