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Pre-breeding for major disease resistances in sugar beet in Iran


, : Pre-breeding for major disease resistances in sugar beet in Iran. Frese, L [Editor], Panella, L [Editor], Srivastava, H M [Editor], Lange, W [Editor] International Crop Network Series; International Beta genetic resources network 58-61



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