Nylon mesh as an improved support for bombarded calli or cell suspensions

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Nylon mesh as an improved support for bombarded calli or cell suspensions. / Buanafina, Marcia M. de O.; Timms-Taravella, Emma Jane; Robson, Paul R. H.; Morris, Phillip; Wiffen, D.; Dalton, Sue J.; Bettany, Andy J. E.; Humphreys, Mervyn O. (Editor).

XX International Grassland Conference: Offered Papers. ed. / F. P. O'Mara; R. J. Wilkins; L. 't Mannetje; D. K. Lovett; P. A. M. Rogers; T. M. Boland. 1. ed. Wageningen Academic Publishers, 2005.

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Buanafina, MMDO, Timms-Taravella, EJ, Robson, PRH, Morris, P, Wiffen, D, Dalton, SJ, Bettany, AJE & Humphreys, MO (ed.) 2005, Nylon mesh as an improved support for bombarded calli or cell suspensions. in FP O'Mara, RJ Wilkins, L 't Mannetje, DK Lovett, PAM Rogers & TM Boland (eds), XX International Grassland Conference: Offered Papers. 1 edn, Wageningen Academic Publishers, The 4th International Symposium on the Molecular Breeding of Forage and Turf & Post-Congress Satellite Workshop of the XX International Grassland Congress - Genetic improvement of grasses and other forage crops, Aberystwyth, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, 03 Jul 2005. <http://hdl.handle.net/2160/3063>

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Buanafina, M. M. D. O., Timms-Taravella, E. J., Robson, P. R. H., Morris, P., Wiffen, D., Dalton, S. J., Bettany, A. J. E., & Humphreys, M. O. (Ed.) (2005). Nylon mesh as an improved support for bombarded calli or cell suspensions. In F. P. O'Mara, R. J. Wilkins, L. 't Mannetje, D. K. Lovett, P. A. M. Rogers, & T. M. Boland (Eds.), XX International Grassland Conference: Offered Papers (1 ed.). Wageningen Academic Publishers. http://hdl.handle.net/2160/3063

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Buanafina MMDO, Timms-Taravella EJ, Robson PRH, Morris P, Wiffen D, Dalton SJ et al. Nylon mesh as an improved support for bombarded calli or cell suspensions. In O'Mara FP, Wilkins RJ, 't Mannetje L, Lovett DK, Rogers PAM, Boland TM, editors, XX International Grassland Conference: Offered Papers. 1 ed. Wageningen Academic Publishers. 2005

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Buanafina, Marcia M. de O. ; Timms-Taravella, Emma Jane ; Robson, Paul R. H. ; Morris, Phillip ; Wiffen, D. ; Dalton, Sue J. ; Bettany, Andy J. E. ; Humphreys, Mervyn O. (Editor). / Nylon mesh as an improved support for bombarded calli or cell suspensions. XX International Grassland Conference: Offered Papers. editor / F. P. O'Mara ; R. J. Wilkins ; L. 't Mannetje ; D. K. Lovett ; P. A. M. Rogers ; T. M. Boland. 1. ed. Wageningen Academic Publishers, 2005.

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AU - Wiffen, D.

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