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Biochemical identification of some soybean cultivars

Annals of Agricultural Science Cairo 43(1): 147-157
Biochemical identification of some soybean cultivars
Seed composition was examined in 8 soyabean cultivars grown at 2 sites in Egypt in 1995-96.

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