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Vegetable germplasm in Syria


, : Vegetable germplasm in Syria. Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter (59): 20-25

Tabulated information is presented for 23 vegetable crops giving species, common English name, local Syrian cultivar names, salient features and reported distribution.

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