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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : FEC / friable embryogenic callus

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Long Form:   friable embryogenic callus
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2019 Arabidopsis LEC1 and LEC2 Orthologous Genes Are Key Regulators of Somatic Embryogenesis in Cassava. GT, LEC, SE
2018 Genetic Transformation of Recalcitrant Cassava by Embryo Selection and Increased Hormone Levels. ---
2018 Overexpression of rice thaumatin-like protein (Ostlp) gene in transgenic cassava results in enhanced tolerance to Colletotrichum gloeosporioides f. sp. manihotis. ---
2017 Formation of friable embryogenic callus in cassava is enhanced under conditions of reduced nitrate, potassium and phosphate. ---
2017 Gene expression atlas for the food security crop cassava. ---
2015 Factors influencing somatic embryogenesis, regeneration, and Agrobacterium-mediated transformation of cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) cultivar TME14. OES, SCV
2015 Transition from somatic embryo to friable embryogenic callus in cassava: dynamic changes in cellular structure, physiological status, and gene expression profiles. DEGs, FFEC, OFEC, SEs
2013 Empowering biotechnology in southern Africa: establishment of a robust transformation platform for the production of transgenic industry-preferred cassava. SA, TMS
2013 Unlocking the potential of tropical root crop biotechnology in east Africa by establishing a genetic transformation platform for local farmer-preferred cassava cultivars. BecA, IITA, NARS
10  2011 Somatic embryogenesis in four tree legumes. MS
11  2009 Agrobacterium-mediated transformation of friable embryogenic calli and regeneration of transgenic cassava. ---
12  2006 Indirect somatic embryogenesis in cassava for genetic modification purposes. MS
13  2004 The root: a potential new source of competent cells for high-frequency regeneration in Tylophora indica. 2iP, BA, NMs, SEs