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Management of genetic resources in the genus Rosa

, : Management of genetic resources in the genus Rosa. Acta Horticulturae ( 424): 311-312

The management of genetic resources of the genus Rosa in France, including horticultural varieties, and old and wild species and varieties, is briefly considered.

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