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Genetic approaches to inflorescence and leaf development in maize



Genetic approaches to inflorescence and leaf development in maize



Roberts, K , Et Al (Ed ) Development Supplement, 1 Molecular And Cellular Basis Of Pattern Formation; 9th John Innes Symposium, Norwich, England, Uk, September 1990 V+203p The Company Of Biologists Ltd : Cambridge, England, Uk Illus 105-112




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