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Phaseolus germplasm collection in Mexico

, : Phaseolus germplasm collection in Mexico. Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter (69): 30-38

An expedition to the southern part of the state of Nuevo Leon, Mexico, resulted in the collection of 143 samples of P. vulgaris, P. coccineus and 5 identified wild species besides some unidentified material.

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