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Richard P. Marini

the genome organization in peach. There is a chapter on propagation of peaches, including seed and vegetative techniques. The section on micro-propagation and embryo culture is particularly interesting. Four chapters are devoted to topics related to

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Laise S. Moreira and Matthew D. Clark

rescue techniques efficiently—specifically, in ovulo embryo culture. The embryo rescue technique has allowed the production of interspecific and intergenic hybrids in the table grape breeding program. Protocols investigating the optimal sampling time for

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Mary Lewis, Matthew Chappell, Donglin Zhang, and Rebekah Maynard

. However, an ER protocol for butterfly weed has not been documented; therefore, medium type, days of stratification, seed/explant cleaning methods, embryo culture environmental conditions, and the effect of embryo maturity on success are unknown. The

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Craig A. Ledbetter

, R.L. Ramming, D.W. 1984 In-ovulo embryo culture of Vitis vinifera L. cv. ‘Thompson Seedless’ Amer. J. Bot. 71 873 877 Emershad, R.L. Ramming, D.W. Serpe, M.D. 1989 In-ovulo embryo development and plant formation from stenospermic genotypes of

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Jae-Yun Heo and Sung-Min Park

grapes by in ovulo embryo culture Vitis 37 113 117

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Marija Perić, Slavica Dmitrović, Suzana Živković, Biljana Filipović, Marijana Skorić, Ana Simonović, and Slađana Todorović

Discussion Establishment of in vitro culture from immature embryos. Embryo culture has been used since the early 1940s to understand the physical and nutritional requirements for embryonic development, to bypass seed dormancy, shorten the breeding cycle, test

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Jack E. Staub, Isabelle Y. Delannay, and Jin-Feng Chen

amphidiploid (2n = 4x = 38) as identified during in vitro embryo culture ( Chen et al., 1998 , 2003 ; Chun-Tao et al., 2005 ). The amphidiploid was backcrossed to Beijingjietou to produce viable seed without further manipulation (i.e., in vitro culture). Then

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Carolina Uquillas, Eduardo Torres, Antonio Ibacache, and Bruno G. Defilippi

.L. Ramming, D.W. 1984 In-ovulo embryo culture of Vitis vinifera L. cv. ‘Thompson Seedless’ Amer. J. Bot. 71 873 877 Emershad, R.L. Ramming, D.W. Serpe, M.D. 1989 In-ovulo embryo development and plant formation from stenospermic genotypes of Vitis

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He Li and Donglin Zhang

. Mortazaeinezhad, F. Otroshy, M. Golparvar, A.R. 2013 Breaking seed dormancy of endangered medicinal plant Kelussia odoratissima using zygotic embryo culture technique Tech. J. Eng. Appl. Sci. 3 1712 1718 Bridgen, M.P. 1994 A review of plant embryo culture

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Tyler C. Hoskins, Jason D. Lattier, and Ryan N. Contreras

effective, including “green” seed germination, embryo culture, bioactive gibberellic acid treatments, and nitric oxide treatments ( Bethke et al., 2007 ; Bridgen, 1994 ; Shen et al., 2011 ; West et al., 2014 ; van Nocker and Gardiner, 2014 ). The