A Technique of Shoot Apex Grafting and Its Utilization Towards Recovering Virus-free Citrus Clones1

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T. Murashige University of California, Riverside

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Received for publication September 27, 1971.

The authors gratefully acknowledge financial support from the California-Arizona Citrus Advisory Board.

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