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POLEN BIOTECHNOLODY AND ITS UTILIZATION FOR CROP IMPROVEMENT
B.Barnabas, G.Covacs Agricultural Research lnstitute - ungarian Academy of Sciences
The brief consideratio of some aspects of polen iology indi-cate:~ that the progress made so far in the field of structural and functional aspects of polen is just the beginning. The new discGveries have brought about the realization that polen has potentional application in practical iotechnology.
The method for wheat anther culture has already been in-corporated into the wheat breeding strategies in Agricultural Res.arch lnstitute.
Limited progress has been made in the laboratory of insti-tute i maize anther culture and in elaboration of more effective and less harmful rediploidizing methods for wheat haploids.