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Effect of boron on chlorophyll content in maize hybrid combinations


, : Effect of boron on chlorophyll content in maize hybrid combinations. Vestnik Khar' kovskogo Universiteta (250): 52-55

Under the influence of B, maize forms having different grain colour showed heterogeneity in relation to content and forms of chlorophyll.


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