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Spontaneous interspecific hybrids of oak in the collections of the Veselobokovenkovskaya Breeding and Dendrology Experiment Station, Ukraine



Spontaneous interspecific hybrids of oak in the collections of the Veselobokovenkovskaya Breeding and Dendrology Experiment Station, Ukraine



Lisivnitstvo i Agrolisomelioratsiya ( 83): 62-64



Species involved include Quercus robur, Q. petraea and Q. hartwissiana.

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