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The use of related species in transferring disease and pest resistance genes to okra

, : The use of related species in transferring disease and pest resistance genes to okra. International Board For Plant Genetic Resources International Crop Network Series, 5 Report Of An International Workshop on Okra Genetic Resources; New Delhi, India, October 8-12, 1990 Iv+133p Ibpgr (International Board For Plant Genetic Resources): Rome, Italy Illus Maps Paper 110-113

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