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Beet genetic resources activities of some Mediterranean countries (Spain, Greece and Turkey)


, : Beet genetic resources activities of some Mediterranean countries (Spain, Greece and Turkey). International Beta genetic resoures network A report on the 2nd International Beta Genetic Resources Workshop held at the Institute for Crop Science and Plant Breeding, Braunschweig, Germany, 24-28 June 1991: lxviii-lxx

A brief summary is given regarding the Beta genetic resources situation in these 3 countries with reference to collection, preservation, multiplication, regeneration, documentation and evaluation.

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