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A study on the early stage selection of dwarfing apple stock by peroxidase isozyme analysis


, : A study on the early stage selection of dwarfing apple stock by peroxidase isozyme analysis. Journal of Northwest Forestry College 13(1): 21-25

Early stage selection was conducted in 159 rootstocks of dwarfing apple, including hybrids, by analysis of peroxidase isozymes.

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