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The use of biotechnology for the propagation and breeding of trees


, : The use of biotechnology for the propagation and breeding of trees. Metsanjalostussaatio 1991: ; 20-24

Advantages of in vitro propagation and micropropagation of forest tree species over conventional methods are outlined.


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