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A statistical comparison method of the differences among single points for linear dynamic experimental data

A statistical comparison method of the differences among single points for linear dynamic experimental data

Journal of Northeast Agricultural University English Edition 7(2): 109-112

In this study, a comparison method between any observed or unobserved points in linear dynamic experimental data under non-replicated conditions is discussed.

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