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Scientifically Speaking

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Introduced by John Maddox
Man has used the pollination process to produce new plant hybrids for centuries. But what is the precise mechanism involved? If more was known. could we breed totally different sorls of plants? Prof
John Heslop Harrison. Director of the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew. talks about recent advances in this field of research. Prof Ralph Riley , Director of the Plant Breeding Institute. Cambridge. talks about the significance of pollen research for the plant breeder. Editor THELMA RUMSEY

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Introduced By: John Maddox
Unknown: John Heslop Harrison.
Unknown: Ralph Riley
Editor: Thelma Rumsey

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Scientifically Speaking

BBC Radio 3, 31 December 1975 21.10






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