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List of varieties






Mutation Breeding Newsletter (29): 20-28

List of varieties

Varieties of a number of crop species produced by mutagenesis are listed. In each case details are given of place and date of release or approval, the type and date of mutagenic treatment and the main characteristics which have been improved.


Accession: 001629319



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