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Culture of ears of winter rye in nutrient solutions



Culture of ears of winter rye in nutrient solutions



Archiv fur Zuchtungsforschung 12(4): 245-247



A technique is described for culturing whole ears of rye in the period from preanthesis to maturity.

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