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The European plum catalogue


Skrifter Nordiska Genbanken ( 6): 88 pp. + A1-A13 + B1-B13
The European plum catalogue
The Nordic Gene Bank for Agricultural and Horticultural Plants (NGB), which is a joint undertaking by Norway, Denmark, Finland, Iceland and Sweden, was given responsibility in 1983 by the European Cooperative Programme for the Conservation and Exchange of Crop Genetic Resources (ECP/GR) for establishing and maintaining the European Prunus Database (EPD). The present catalogue is the last in a series of 5 listing accessions in the EPD.


Accession: 002241708



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