This volume comprises 31 chapters on biotechnology of various vegetables, fruits, grasses and forage crops and deals with the importance, distribution, conventional propagation, micropropagation, review of the tissue culture work and recent advances in the in-vitro technology. These biotechnological approaches have far-reaching implications for the mass propagation, induction of genetic variability, and the early release of improved cultivars.
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