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Jojoba: adaptation to environmental stress and the implications for domestication


, : Jojoba: adaptation to environmental stress and the implications for domestication. Quarterly Review of Biology 61(2): 177-199

In this review, the adaptations of Simmondsia chinensis to environmental stress are examined in relation to the domestication of the species.

Accession: 001398467

DOI: 10.2307/2829082

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