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Vol. 11, Special Issue 6 (2022)

Somaclonal variation in fruits

Chander Kant, Manish Bakshi, Nishant Prashar and Shilpa
In pomology many advancements have been made in the sector of micropropagation which is widely used now a days for commercial propagation of many fruit crops. Micropropagation ensures preservation of true to type character from generation to generation and can be used for preserving some superior characteristics and uniformity among regenerated plants. However, propagation by micro propagation and tissue culture method can results in variations which can be genetic or morphological i.e., somaclonal variations. The current review discusses about somaclonal variation, how somaclonal variation occur in plants, different factors which influences the somaclonal variation, advantages and disadvantages of somaclonal variation and a case study on somaclonal variation in Olive.
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How to cite this article:
Chander Kant, Manish Bakshi, Nishant Prashar and Shilpa. Somaclonal variation in fruits. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(6S): 1140-1150.

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