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Study of oil content in the fruit of some olive hybrids and their parents



Study of oil content in the fruit of some olive hybrids and their parents



Tr Nikit botan sad 83: 88-94



Among the varieties studied, the following had the highest oil content: Rannyaya (63.9%), Nikitskaya Krupnoplodnaya (70%) and Nikitskaya (63.8%).

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