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Vol. 10, Special Issue 6 (2021)

Genetic engineering of legume crops and their key event transformations

Author(s):
Sushma Raj Chellem and Sanjeev Kumar
Abstract:
A very much characterized, ideally straightforward, shoot recovery convention is essential for the creation of transgenic plants. Grain legumes are one of the most un-agreeable gatherings to change among dicotyledonous harvests, despite the fact that they are typically vulnerable to Agrobacterium disease. Significant boundaries for fruitful change of grain legumes incorporate the attributes of the Agrobacterium strain utilized for immunization of target plant tissues, the vectors which the bacterial strain conveys, the co-development time frame and a choice framework joined with reasonable explants that contain changeable cells. Molecule barrage is an elective technique for those legumes which neglect to react to Agrobacterium-intervened quality exchange.
Pages: 103-111  |  406 Views  73 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Sushma Raj Chellem and Sanjeev Kumar. Genetic engineering of legume crops and their key event transformations. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(6S): 103-111.

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